Date(s) - 08/10/2019 - 18/10/2019
10:00 am - 5:00 pm
The Gallery at No.46 Grand Parade
Rubblebubble is a sister installation work to Concrete Keys, Bourke’s upcoming experimental feature that poetically examines the individual’s place in a rapidly transforming vision of institutional society. This installation is constructed using segments of Concrete Keys and additional material gathered during the filming process. Featuring Coneface, Bourke’s performance alter ego, the work was primarily shot in the old Cork Tax office and includes demolition footage of this local Brutalist landmark. Rubblebubble is a surreal and playful creation tracing a line between the quotidian and phantasmal.
Natasha Bourke is a Cork-based Interdisciplinary artist with an extensive movement background. Her practice embraces Film, Installation, Drawing and Performance. Bourke holds a first class honors BFA from CCAD and has been involved in numerous live and filmic events across Ireland and Europe since 2007.
Concrete Keys is funded by the Arts Council/An Chomhairle Ealaíon.
Maximilian Le Cain, Irene Murphy, Seamus Hegarty, Padraig Trehy and all who supported.