Saturday 19 May, 2:00pm
Third in a series of talks at The Dock. These get-togethers are one hour talks between artists, researcher, curators, policy makers and philosophers. Informal and informative, we have four events in the first series this spring
Paul McAree is Curator at Lismore Castle Arts in Co Waterford, which has hosted solo exhibitions by Gerard Byrne, Camille Henrot and Wilhelm Sasnal. Previously McAree worked at Breaking Ground, Tate Modern and Ikon Gallery Birmingham, and co-founded and directed Colony Gallery in Birmingham from 2007 – 2010. Paul McAree is also founder of FLOOD, an occasional contemporary art project in Ireland. FLOOD hosted several group exhibitions in Dublin city centre from 2013-2014 including artists Alan Butler, Martin Healy, Nevan Lahart, Beatriz Olabarrieta, and Suzanne Treister.
Marcel Vidal graduated from the National College of Art and Design in 2009. His approach to sculpture and its trash aesthetic is strongly contrasted by his finely made paintings in oil and watercolour works. The imagery is often expanded, reminiscent of digital cropping. His paintings and sculptures often work in distinct contrast with each other.
The last in the series of talks – Speaking of Which… Alison Pilkington, Sat 26 May, 2:00pm.
These are free event but we would ask that you book in advance so that we have the right amount of seating available to accommodate everyone comfortably.