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01 Aug 2008
30 Nov 2008
Ulrich Vogl (Germany)
Drawing is Ulrich Vogl’s medium, he enjoys the experimental and open character of drawing. Vogl experiments with different concepts of time, the altering nature of objects, the use of everyday materials and the physical interaction with people and with space.

01 Aug 2008
31 Jan 2009
Charlotte Moth (UK)
Since 1999 Charlotte Moth has developed a photographic Travelogue that uncovers an itinerancy concerned with a phenomenological reading of architectural spaces.

01 Jul 2008
30 Sep 2008
Almut Linde (Germany)
Almut Linde´s practice investigates the formative processes of social systems and how they affect the individual´s ability to act within such systems.

01 Jun 2008
31 Jul 2008
Norbert Francis Attard (Malta)
Norbert Francis Attard’s practice employs several disciplines including architecture (within which he has had a twenty year career), sculpture, video and photography to explore his major interests in places and their memories.

01 Jun 2008
31 Jul 2008
Arthur Simms (Jamaica)
Highly attuned to his environment, no matter where he finds himself, Arthur Simms gets inspiration from diverse sources, both high and low. Objects of transport, such as skateboards and bicycles, figure highly in his work.

01 Jun 2008
31 Dec 2008
Rhona Byrne (Ireland)
Often responding to a place or situation, Rhona Byrne makes objects, site-specific, gallery and context-based installations, films, publications and collaborative event-based projects that focus on the interplay between human beings and their surrounding environment at both macro and micro levels.

01 May 2008
31 Oct 2008
Sean Lynch (Ireland)
Sean Lynch’s artworks investigate and shine a spotlight on a range of almost-forgotten historical subjects.

01 Apr 2008
30 Jun 2008
Berndnaut Smilde (The Netherlands)
Berndnaut Smilde is interested in transitional spaces; ruins and building-sites that are in-between states of completion. This interest also branches out into the possibility of how a given space might be between states of construction and deconstruction.

01 Apr 2008
30 Sep 2008
Anita Di Bianco (USA)
Anita Di Bianco’s films take up, modify and re-work existing and re-imagined characters from cinema and literature – excerpting and adapting the texts of Gertrude Stein, of Jean Gênet’s play The Maids, and several of the works of Marguerite Yourcenar.

01 Apr 2008
30 Sep 2008
Niamh O´Malley (Ireland)
Niamh O’Malley is interested in the fabricated nature of the viewing experience. Her artistic practice, which often takes the form of video projections onto painted canvases, is concerned with the distance from source to spectacle, the deliberate manufacture of illusion, and ultimately, loss.

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