Saturday 12 May, 2.00pm
Luan Gallery is delighted to introduce Dr. Kirstie North in the second installment of our Lunchtime Curator Response series.
Join Kirstie and artists Fiona Kelly and Margo McNulty for a lunchtime response to the current exhibitions The Great Heap and Archive. Dr. Kirstie North is an art historian and independent curator. She currently lectures at University College Cork. Forthcoming publications include ‘A Throw of the Dice will Never Abolish Chance: Marcel Broodthaers and Tacita Dean’ in Expanding Cinema: Theorising Film Through Contemporary Art. Edited by Prof. Laura Rascaroli and Dr. Jill Murphy. Amsterdam University Press.
Both Fiona and Margo translate traditional forms of printmaking to contemporary art, constructing meaning from age old printmaking techniques combined with video, installation and 3D works. The combination of these two artists’ works and their use of printmaking to address themes of memory, the passing of time and our interaction with the environment will create some food for thought in the upcoming talk with Dr. Kirstie North.
No booking is required but places are limited.
The event is open to the public, free of charge, with tea and coffee served.