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 REPETITION FESTIVAL SHOW

Exhibitions / 25 Nov 2010 - 19 Feb 2011
The Repetition Festival Show brings together four of Clemens von Wedemeyer’s most celebrated film installations for the first time in Ireland.
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REPERTOIRE ON SELECTED FILMS

Exhibitions / 27 Oct 2010 - 30 Oct 2010
To coincide with Exhibitions, our current exhibition in the gallery, Nina Beier has collaborated with Aurélien Froment to produce Repertoire on Selected Films and Screen Savers, a four-day film and performance programme in the Cube.
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EXHIBITIONS

Exhibitions / 16 Sep 2010 - 13 Nov 2010
Exhibitions brings together artists whose practices are responsive to politics of display, for whom the practice of exhibition-making is a motivation of their work, and who activate a consideration of the exhibition as medium.
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KING RAT

Exhibitions / 09 Jul 2010 - 04 Sep 2010
A dark and menacing exhibition, originally inspired by all things Gothic, King Rat presents a series of artworks by some of visual arts most original international voices. The gallery will transform in to a space filled with a sense of unease and discomfort, the stuff that nightmares are made of.
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KATYA SANDER: A LANDSCAPE OF KNOWN FACTS

Exhibitions / Vis Art / 29 Apr 2010 - 26 Jun 2010
Katya Sander’s A Landscape of Known Facts is a newly commissioned artwork that will completely transform the gallery of Project Arts Centre. Sander’s landscape is projected like a lighthouse, a beam that scans the circular room in a slow, continuous, 360degree evolution.
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AION EXPERIMENTS

Exhibitions / 12 Feb 2010 - 10 Apr 2010
The general public are invited to attend and participate in this Aion Experiment which will takes place at Dublin’s Project Arts Centre between the 12 February and the 12 April 2010. This experiment differs greatly from some of the more intensive previous Aion Experiments in which volunteers remained under close observation for prolonged periods.
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