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Bealtine Festival 2019 and Project Arts Centre present
Dates: 14 May - 14 May
Show Time: 4pm
Tickets: €0 (Free admission, booking required)
Project Arts Centre invites you to join Sarah Durcan who will lead a special tour to respond to the outstanding work of artist Roee Rosen in his first ever solo exhibition in Ireland ‘Exorcisms’. Roee Rosen is an American-Israeli is a painter, novelist and filmmaker. The internationally-acclaimed and widely exhibiting Rosen has since the 1990s been addressing via numerous personae, hybridised narratives and paradoxical stories the instrumentalization and ritualization of history and of historical trauma, the complex relationship of collective and personal histories and the politics of identity.
Roee Rosen: Plate 18 from ‘Maxim Komar-Myshkin Vladimir’s Night’, 2011-2014, Gouache on paper. Courtesy Rosenfeld Gallery, Tel Aviv
Roee Rosen: ‘Historical Joke # 3’ / The Buried Alive Group, Video, 36:30 min, 2013 (still). Courtesy Rosenfeld Gallery, Tel Aviv
Roee Rosen: Out (‘Tse’), Video, 34 min, 2010 (still). Courtesy Galleria Riccardo Crespi, Milan
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Dr. Sarah Durcan is a lecturer and programme leader of the MFA Fine Art at the National College of Art & Design, Dublin. Her current research project addresses the preoccupation with memory in contemporary artists’ moving image installations. She recently curated ‘The Memory-Image’ screening event at the Irish Film Institute in collaboration with aemi.
This event has been organised in association with Age & Opportunity as part of the nationwide Bealtaine festival – celebrating the arts and creativity as we age.
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