Exhibition and Zine Launch | Áine McBride at The Darkroom


Exhibition and Zine Launch | Áine McBride at The Darkroom Date/Time
Date(s) - 16/12/2021
5:30 pm - 8:00 pm

The Darkroom




Exhibition and zine launch to conclude Áine McBride’s Photographic Artist in Residence (2020) supported by Facebook Art Dept.

Áine McBride solo exhibition and zine launch is the culmination of her time as Photographic Artist in Residence at The Darkroom (2020).


The printed work brings together a selection of images taken over a number of months while on residency at The Darkroom. These images were taken on a variety of cameras; point-and-shoot; small and medium format, kindly borrowed and gathered in part. The images were accrued mainly during lockdown when the streets were empty and familiar spaces looked somehow altered and suddenly charged. The folded newsprint can function as a collection of posters if separated or remain in a fragmented arrangement as a newspaper. They are witness to a development of skill and a honing of eye. – Áine McBride


The residence was kindly supported by Facebook Art Dept. This is a one day only event. Book it here: https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/aine-mcbride-exhibitionzine-launch-tickets-223977301137


Áine McBride is an Irish artist working in sculpture and photographic form. Recent exhibitions include and/or land – EVA International 2021/2020; ~set – mother’s tankstation London (2019); work suite – mother’s tankstation Dublin (2018); and habitat hq – an off-site Douglas Hyde project which responded to the brutalist architectural space of the Arts Building via situated sculptural forms (2017). Upcoming work will be shown at The Douglas Hyde Gallery; mother’s tankstation Dublin and The Complex. Recent residencies include – The Foundation Boghossian, Brussels; FLACC, Genk; and The Darkroom, Dublin. McBride is an artist at Fire Station Artist Studios and is represented by mother’s tankstation Dublin | London.

instagram: @a_bridge_

gallery website: http://www.motherstankstation.com/artist/aine-mcbride/


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