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In Conversation : Anne Tallentire & Jaki Irvine

Thursday 29, April, 3.00pm Lecture Room, IMMA
 
In a conversation between artists, Jaki Irvine and Anne Tallentire, both artists will discuss the work of  Tallentire in the context of the exhibition, Anne Tallentire: This and other things 1999-2010questioning themes such as ephemerality, work and everyday life that inform the overall practice of  Tallentire. This will be followed by the second outdoor screening of video works by Tallentire organised in assocation with Temple Bar Cultural Trust, and will take place in Meeting House Square, Temple Bar.

Film Screening: 9.15pm, Meeting House Square, Temple Bar
Company (8min 25sec); Zero-58 (58sec); Telling I (18min 34 sec); Spool (3min); In Time (13min 15sc) and Instances (31min) by artist Anne Tallentire.

Biographical Information

Anne Tallentire was born in Co Armagh and has lived and worked in London since 1984. She studied Fine Art Media at the Slade School of Art from 1986 to 1988 and is currently a Professor of Fine Art at Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design and co-convener of the Double agents project based at CSM. Since 1993 Tallentire has frequently collaborated with John Seth in a practice formalised as work-seth/tallentire. Solo exhibitions and projects include Instances, Venice Biennale as the sole representative for Ireland, Lux Gallery, London (1999),  Dispersal, Orchard Gallery, Derry (2000) work-seth/tallentire, Drift, Void Gallery, Derry, Arena Industriale, Reggio Emelia (2005) and A Pursuit of Happiness, Gallery 3, Douglas Hyde Gallery, Dublin (2007). Group exhibitions, projects and screenings include Neue Welt, Frankfurter Kunstverein, Frankfurt (2001), Sum of the Parts, South London Gallery, London (2002) (work-seth/tallentire), Out of Place, Hatton Gallery, Newcastle (2003), Densité + 0, (work-seth/tallentire) ENSBA, Paris and Fri-art, Fribourg, Switzerland (2004), labour to Arbeit*, Galerie im Taxipalais, Innsbruck, Austria (2005), To Here, Bloomberg Space, London (2006). The exhibition This and Other things at IMMA is accompanied by a publication designed by ABAKE with forward by Enrique Juncosa texts by Rachael Thomas, Vaari Claffey, Charles Esche and an interview with Hans Ulrich Obrist.

Jaki Irvine currently lives and works in Dublin having spent many years in London and some time in Italy. In 1995 Irvine was included in the seminal exhibition of Young British Artists, General Release, at the Venice Biennale, and later represented Ireland at the 1997 Biennale. Her many solo exhibitions include the recent Seven Folds in Time at Temple Bar Gallery (2009); Room Acoustics Revisited,  Kerlin Gallery (2005);  The Hottest Sun, The Darkest Hour, Douglas Hyde Gallery (1999) in Dublin and Frith Street Gallery, London (1997, 1999) Ivana's Answers, Delfina Project Space (2001)  London, She has also participated in numerous group shows throughout Europe, Australia and Japan including Sonsbeek International, Arnhem (1993), NoWhere Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Denmark (1996), White Noise, Bern Kunsthalle, (1998), Intelligence, Tate Britain (2000) and Shifting Ground: 50 Years of Irish Art at the Irish Museum of Modern Art (IMMA) (2000). Seven Folds in Time, at Frith St. Gallery, London until May 2010. In 2008, Charta published, The Square Root of Minus 1 is Plus or Minus i , a major survey of 15 years of her moving image work. Irvine's work is in the collections of IMMA, Tate Modern, FRAC, the British Council, the Arts Council and in numerous other collections, both public and private. She is represented by the Kerlin Gallery, Dublin and Frith Street Gallery, London.

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