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Exhibitions / 01 Sep 2005 - 03 Sep 2005
For three nights only in September, the visual arts programme at Project presented The Alien by Matti Braun, a production that combined visual art and theatre disciplines in the staging of a version of the unrealised screenplay by Indian film director Satyajit Ray.
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Exhibitions / 12 Aug 2005 - 27 Aug 2005
Home and the World is a programme of Indian film, which where screened throughout the second half of August at Project. Selected by Indian curator Suman Gopinath and Project's then curator Grant Watson, this programme presents India through the moving image as a cosmopolitan society and a meeting point for different cultures in both historical and contemporary terms.
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Exhibitions / 07 Jul 2005 - 23 Jul 2005
For three weeks during July Project Arts Centre organised a series of complementary events around its exhibitions programme. The gallery hosted a performance, a public talk, and a musical act that all took place round a shifting arrangement of paintings.
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Exhibitions / 09 May 2005 - 02 Jul 2005
Project commissioned Paul O'Neill to curate the exhibition 'La La Land' which brought together a range of international contemporary practice. La La Land was an exhibition without a theme, a show about being out of it, beyond the exhibition as a unifying structure.
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Exhibitions / 23 Mar 2005 - 30 Apr 2005
Isabel Nolan's first major solo show opened in Project Arts Centre on 25th March. For the exhibition, Nolan, whose practice includes different media such as painting, drawing, sculpture, video and animation, was commissioned to make a new body of work.
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Exhibitions / 20 Jan 2005 - 12 Mar 2005
The artists in this exhibition where asked to consider the word communism and to make a work in response to it. This process elicited a variety of results, including small-scale experiments in social practice, re-imagined historical events, public activities, modest but practical proposals and future prototypes.
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