Past Exhibitions, Events

Explore past exhibitions and events at Project. Our visual arts programme includes exhibitions, talks, performances, workshops, screenings and the ongoing research project Active Archive – Slow Institution.


Exhibitions / 17 Nov 2006 ADMISSION FREE
PHILIP is a novel written by Heman Chong (SI), Cosmin Costinas (RO), Rosemary Heather (CAN), Francis McKee (IRL), David Reinfurt (USA), Steve Rushton (UK/NL), Leif Magne Tangen (NO) and Mark Aerial Waller (UK). PHILIP is also an exhibition consisting of an ongoing programme of shorts by Dara Birnbaum, Juha van Ingen, Tina Keane, George Melies, Anthony Lucas, Otolith Group and Semiconductor and screenings of Samuel Beckett's "Film" every day at 3PM.
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Exhibitions / 27 Oct 2006 ADMISSION FREE
Multidisciplinary artists Russell Haswell & Florian Hecker perform live UPIC Diffusion Session #3. A live 8-speaker electro-acoustic diffusion of material generated from their research with the unique UPIC system at the Centre for Composition of Music Iannis Xenakis (CCMIX) in Paris.Russell Haswell (b.1970 Coventry, UK) and Florian Hecker (b.1975 Kissing, DE) first met in the suburbs of Vienna in 1996.
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Exhibitions / 12 Oct 2006 - 15 Oct 2006
For the 2006 Frieze Art Fair Grant Watson and Sarah Pierce are co-curating a series of radio programmes in collaboration with Resonance 104.4fm, which will be broadcast live from the fair.
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Exhibitions / 06 Oct 2006 - 04 Nov 2006 ADMISSION FREE
In 2003 Factotum, a Belfast based arts organisation, revived a choir that had been founded in the 1950's. To understand what they had reincarnated they started a two year process of collecting memories and artefacts of the choirs turbulent history. On the 6th October, following a performance by the current choir, the materials were presented in an exhibition for the first time.
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Exhibitions / 11 Aug 2006 - 23 Sep 2006 ADMISSION FREE
'Make Your Move' took place on five billboards throughout Dublin city, the locations where Project Arts Centre, Cuffe St., Essex Gate, Tara St and Townsend St the poster where installed in exactly the same manner as billboards.
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Exhibitions / 01 Jun 2006 - 31 Jul 2006 ADMISSION FREE
The Meaning of Greatness, a show by Sarah Pierce opened in the Project Arts Centre on 8th June, 2006. Pierce who is known for her discursive practice (The Metropolitan Complex) drew on her research to make an archive that will result in a re configuration of the gallery.
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