Daily Archives: September 13, 2017

Breath | Nigel Rolfe at Green On Red Gallery

14 September to 13 October
Performance : Thursday, September 14, 7pm

The Green On Red Gallery is excited to announce Breath, the 8th solo exhibition in the gallery of new works by the artist Nigel Rolfe.

A set of relational works made recently in 2017
About inside and outside
Insides and outsides
How the world outside enters us
How we seek to be and where to belong
Where in the world
Caught for breath

In Performance making
The agency of being and doing most often has four representations:

Firstly the body as site is the instrument for actions.
This located in place and across time.

Its afterlife which are perhaps threefold:

The residue of what is left in material terms, traces and remains and deposits.

Then the captured document as the photographic or filmic record – holding and marking – archiving moments of time.

Then possibly the most significant, the memory of the transient or
ephemeral images made directly in the moment . What resonates and is retained of animated and changing passing pictures – the somehow caught in between.

Green On Red Gallery, Park Lane, Spencer Dock, Dublin 1
T: +353 87 2454282
E: info@greenonredgallery.com
W: greenonredgallery.com

Future Proof | Group Exhibition at The LAB, Dublin

14 September to 16 December 2017

“If you want to understand the causes made in the past, look at the results as they are manifest in the present. And if you want to know what results will be manifest in the future, look at the causes that exist in the present.”
(Major Writings of Nichiren Daishonin Vol 2 P.172.)

What will the world be like in the future and will there be a place for humanity in it? Art & Science help us to imagine answers to these questions. Both begin in the imagination, constantly questioning what we perceive to be true and looking at the world around us with new eyes all the time.

There’s a word in Japanese, ‘inga’, which means cause and effect. The principle underly­ing ‘inga’ is that if there is a cause, there will certainly be an effect, and that if there is an effect, there will, without fail, also be a cause. The artists in this exhibition explore how by looking at our past and present behaviour we can take real steps towards making, imagining, shaping and safeguarding our future.

This exhibition presented by Dublin City Council’s The LAB Gallery is a collaboration with UCD Parity Studios with thanks to the Arts Council, the National Council for Curriculum Assessment, Visual Thinking Strategies, the OPW and the RHA Gallery. For more read here.

The LAB Gallery
Foley Street, Dublin 1
T: 01 222 5455
E: artsoffice@dublincity.ie
W: dublincityartsoffice.ie/the-lab

Wexford Documentary Film Festival 2017

22 to 24 September

The Wexford Documentary Film Festival takes place every year in the picturesque fishing village of Kilmore Quay located in county Wexford on the south east coast of Ireland.

This dynamic film festival provides the opportunity to see award winning national and international documentary films.

The festival has a strong emphasis to screen films that explore social, political and environmental concerns whilst also including a number of artists films and a 3 minute film challenge submission.

All film screenings are free and open to the public.

The theme of this years festival is Community.


What Leaves, What’s Left Behind | Janet Hoy at Artlink, Co. Donegal

18 to 24 September

The exhibition showcases a collection of work which explores Janet Hoy’s interest in the ‘everyday’ creation of art as a cathartic process of externalising thoughts and emotions, and the role of art as a means of creating community out of empathy and cultural identification.


Fort Dunree, Co. Donegal
T: 0838696513
E: info@artlink.ie
W: artlink.ie

A Trip Into The Unknown | Kasia Zimnoch and Pawel Kleszczewski

2 September to 21 October

Discover magical animated worlds of St. Brendan and Dag and Daga in this wonderful exhition by Pawel and Kasia, a duo of visual artists and filmmakers.
Pawel has a background in painting and studies at the Nicolaus Copernicus University, in Poland, and Kasia studied Art History.

The exhibition includes two short animations: “The Voyage of Saint Brendan” and a ‘living illustration’ “Dag and Daga “.

The video works are accompanied by 2D works – paintings and monoprints which show how the animations are developed and present the original ideas and themes. The works and animations refer to folklore, legends and mythology and explore magical and sometimes spooky worlds of the past.

Riverbank Arts Centre
Main Street,
T: (045) 448327
E: info@riverbank.ie
W: riverbank.ie

Military Manoeuvres Projected | Patricia Hurl Screening in Banagher Town, Co. Offaly

22 September

Military Manoeuvres Projected is an open-air screening of a short film created by artist, Patricia Hurl, local school children, parents and the wider community of Banagher.

In 1891 artist, Richard Moynan created the painting “Military Manoeuvres” – illustrating a crowded street-scene depicting a group of children amusing themselves by pretending to be a regimental band. On Culture Night 2016, a re-imagined version of the original painting was created and documented through performance and film.

For Culture Night 2017, an open-air screening of this re-enactment will take place in Banagher Town from 8-10pm.


EP’17 Fine Art Print Exchange at The Blackgate Cultural Centre, Galway

22 to 23 September

An exhibition of printmaking from artists across Ireland in The Blackgate Cultural Centre brings together and celebrates a part of print that makes it such a unique art-form, sharing. EP’17 is a fine art print exchange established by Galway Print Studio. The exchange is an open, non-curated project, and a unique opportunity for artists to connect with other artists in Ireland.

Printmaking by its nature is collaborative and can be seen in the establishment of the studios around the country. Represented in this exhibition are artists from Dublin’s Graphic Print Studio and Black Church Print Studio, Limerick Printmakers, Belfast Print Workshop, Custom House Studios Westport and Cló sa Chró Printmaking, Claremorris.

Artists taking part in this exchange produce an edition of twelve prints in a theme of their choice. They receive ten randomly selected prints from the other artists. Moreover, each print will be available to buy from The Blackgate Cultural Centre and the Studio website. A boxset containing ten prints from the exhibition, presented in a beautiful case from Kennys Bindery, will be the main prize in a fundraiser draw. A second set of ten artworks will be also up for grabs plus some other prizes including a voucher from Cregal Art, Galway Print Studio and more. Tickets cost just €10 and can be purchased on Galway Print Studios website.

The draw will be held on Culture Night the 22nd of September. This exchange is a celebration of Fine Art Printmaking in Ireland and all proceeds from the draw go towards Galway Print Studio, a non-profit arts collective keeping the tradition of Fine Art Printmaking alive in Galway.

For more information visit www.galwayprintstudio.ie where you can view the work and to buy a ticket to be in with a chance to to win a truly beautiful set of ten prints by professional Irish Printmakers.

The Blackgate Cultural Centre
Francis Street,
E: blackgateculture@gmail.com
W: blackgate.ie