Runs from 11th May – 5th June
Tuesday – Saturday | 10am – 1:00pm & 1:30pm – 4pm
Opening Wednesday 12th May at 7pm on Facebook Live
An Táin Arts Centre are delighted to re-open the Basement Gallery with this wonderful, immersive, multisensory exhibition from emerging artist Ulrike Liebetrau.
“The Labyrinth in the Basement Gallery” is designed for visitors to get lost in art. Ulrike creates a magical space that is filled with multisensory, interactive experiences. The pieces are inspired by the beauty of nature, made with the left-overs of our wasteful society and are designed to spark thought, conversation and action around the three big R’s: Reduce – Reuse – Recycle. The different rooms have their own individual themes that flow into each other and are accompanied by subtle sounds. Pieces invite the visitors to feel, explore the space and to discover their own creativity.
Ulrike graduated as an Occupational Therapist in 2006 at the “medizinische Bildungsakademie” in Zeitz, Germany. She received a scholarship for gifted students and graduated in 2008 as a Sensory Integration Therapist. Since 2011 Ulrike is creating light sculptures and recycled art projects for Irish festivals, local music events, community projects and theatre.
Exhibition launch will take place on Wednesday 12th May at 7pm on their Facebook page.