A free lunchtime outdoor tour introducing three contemporary art exhibitions in Temple Bar.
Join us at Temple Bar Gallery + Studios to meet their programme curator Michael Hill for an introduction to our current exhibition Agitation Co-op. We will then move next door to The Library Project where curator Diana Bamimeke will introduce On Belonging. Finishing with a short walk to Project Arts Centre for an Introduction to LUMINOUS VOID: Twenty Years of Experimental Film Society.
This 30-minute curator-led tour is a great introduction and a unique opportunity to gain insight into these exhibitions and organisations in a relaxed outdoor environment. Afterwards, you will be free to enjoy the afternoon viewing these exhibitions at your own pace.
We’ll meet at 2pm on Tuesday 22 June outside Temple Bar Gallery + Studios. Book a spot and be introduced to our vibrant contemporary arts organisations and community.
Agitation Co-op at Temple Bar Gallery + Studios is an exhibition that investigates the subject of landscape from a range of vantage points; not only social and political ideologies but also, mapping and topography. The exhibition includes artworks by Michele Horrigan, Catriona Leahy, Laurie Robins, and Libita Sibungu. It is accompanied by an online screening programme highlighting films by Forensic Architecture, Melanie Smith, and Eva Richardson McCrea, Frank Sweeney and the Dublin Dockworkers Preservation Society.
On Belonging presented by Basic Space Dublin and The Library Project is a collaborative group exhibition guest curated by Diana Bamimeke. It presents new and existing work by Bassam Al-Sabah, Maïa Nunes, Moran Been-noon, Osaro, Oscar Fouz Lopez, and Salvatore of Lucan. Each of the exhibiting artists have been invited to respond not only to the state of belonging – how it is conceived and made physical – but conversely, to not-belonging, and the outcomes of both in the modern world.
Luminous Void: Twenty Years of Experimental Film Society at Project Arts Centre is an overview of the twenty-year history of Experimental Film Society (EFS). Hailed as “the most active, prolific and intrepid group of experimental filmmakers working in Ireland today” (aemi), EFS is a company dedicated to the production and distribution of personal, formally challenging experimental cinema.