Title of the Exhibition: Ruptures
Artist(s) being exhibited: Ieva Baltaduonyté, Joseph Carr, Brian Cregan, Caroline McNally, Katie O’Neill and Lyndsey Putt.
A brief summary of the theme (keep it to a few lines): RUPTURES is a group exhibition by a newly formed art collective Grenzen. By addressing a broad spectrum of topics through a range of aesthetic approaches and processes, the work presents a visually engaging critique of contemporary society. The issues being addressed include waste, subcultures, politics of space and the current economic climate.
Format of the exhibition: Photographic.
Size of space required: Minimum 25m of wall space.
Are there technical specs available: One of the pieces in this show includes a photocopier which must be plugged in near the work. The majority of the work in hangable, but some photographs mounted on boards are also included. A medium sized space would be preferable.
Is there a catalogue available: Yes.
Is there a worked out education / outreach programme: Yes. One of the goals of Grenzen Collective is to make photography practice and theory more available to the public. We are open to running workshops during the show and have a contact in the Youth Reach centre near Synge Street.
Artists’ Fees required: €2,000.
Administration Fees required: €200.
Contact Details: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dates that it is available from: Anytime.
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