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.

THE LAST OF THE RED WINE (THE PREQUEL/SEQUEL)

Exhibitions / 11 Nov 2011
Early in 2011 an unlikely group of artists, comedians and writers worked together on The Last of the Red Wine, a radio sitcom set in the artworld. Used to being the subject of their own work, the collaborators instead cast themselves in a collective farce, written and performed in the course of one week.
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NOTES ON THE MISSING OH

Exhibitions / 02 Sep 2011 - 30 Oct 2011
A portrait of a country, a man, a landscape and of the story of an orphaned Hollywood movie.
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MONDEGREEN

Exhibitions / 07 Jul 2011 - 20 Aug 2011
Project Arts Centre presents a new collaborative project between artists Geoffrey Farmer and Jeremy Millar. Mondegreen is a unique collaborative experiment between two highly regarded international artists.
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SECOND BURIAL AT LE BLANC

Exhibitions / 05 May 2011 - 25 Jun 2011
Sarah Browne’s new film installation Second Burial at Le Blanc focuses on the small French town of Le Blanc, where a coalition of local artisans and shopkeepers have created one of the last refuges for indigenous currencies.
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THINGS

Exhibitions / 10 Mar 2011 - 23 Apr 2011
Things (2009) is a mesmerising aesthetic experience, and with longer exposure, one’s idea of a landscape of art begins to shift into a topography of art. Things maps not only the form and aesthetics you encounter through the visual and aural landscape, but also reveals the underlying structure – the topography of the white cube, the intrinsically flawed protocol of presentation, and conventions of spectatorship.
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THE REPETITION FESTIVAL SHOW

Exhibitions / 25 Nov 2010
This rich body of work highlights some of the recurring subjects and forms in his films and installations, while also declaring the breadth and diversity of his practice through the constant evolution of artworks.
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