Exhibitions

RGKSKSRG, for Project Arts Centre

Dates: 18 Jul - 13 Sep

Show Time: 11.00am-8.00pm

#5 The French Diplomat’s Office, Barbara Bloom (09 May – 28 June 2014)

RGKSKSRG, for Project Arts Centre inhabit the Grotto in the foyer, using the site as an insta-archive of the art centre’s gallery programme. It is a space for reflection on the rolling nature of exhibitions, and their immediate passing legacies.

For the final season of this year-long programme, RGKSKSRG present a response to The French Diplomat’s Office, Barbara Bloom (09 May – 28 June 2014). The response forms an insta-archive that runs in parallel with The Centre for Dying on Stage #1, featuring Karl Burke, Dina Danish, Dan Graham, Krõõt Juurak, Christodoulos Panayiotou, and Meggy Rustamova (18 July – 13 September 2014).

Image: Still from the final sequence of the British television series Sapphire And Steel (1982), featuring the quote ‘There’s no time here, not any more’; for more see Mark Fisher, “Ghosts of my Life. Writings on depression, Hauntology and Lost Futures” (Zero Books, Winchester, 2014).

Currently based in Dublin, RGKSKSRG is the paired curatorial practice of Rachael Gilbourne and Kate Strain. Core activities include the commissioning, presenting and contextualising of contemporary art.

Previous:

#1 Mario García Torres, Until It Makes Sense (5 July – 17 August 2013)
#2 Jennifer Tee, Practical Magic (29 August – 26 October 2013)
#3 Céline Condorelli featuring The Company (7 November 2013 – 25 January 2014)
#4 Eva Kot’áková and Dominik Lang (7 February – 14 April 2014)

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