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01 Mar 2011
30 Jun 2011
Andrea Pichl (Germany)
For a number of years Andrea Pichl has been observing the spread and creation of the major canons of architectural form of housing units in the East and West: such as Berlin, Tashkent, Paris, Tallinn or Zlin.

01 Mar 2011
30 Jun 2011
Research Studio - Culturstruction (Ireland)
Artists Jo Anne Butler and Tara Kennedy of Culturstruction have been commissioned by the Education and Community Department to undertake research into artist-led strategies for engaging audiences with contemporary art.

01 Jul 2010
31 Aug 2010
Brigitte Jurack (Germany)
In her most recent projects Brigitte Jurack emphasises the importance of play as a prime activity enabling imagination to produce results.

01 Jul 2010
30 Sep 2010
Martina Schmücker (Germany)
A central point in Martina Schmücker’s performances is the desire to question the relationship between the viewer and art object.

01 Jun 2010
31 Aug 2010
Santiago Borja (Mexico)
Using architecture as a ready made object, Santiago Borja establishes a dialogue through the union of various cultural elements.

01 May 2010
30 Sep 2010
Oswaldo Ruiz (Mexico)
Oswaldo Ruiz works with how light operates as an instrument which defines a place and can charge its meaning.

01 Apr 2010
30 Jun 2010
Jasmina Llobet & Luis Fernandez-Pons (Spain)
Jasmina Llobet and Luis Fernandez-Pons are a visual artist partnership from Spain who have worked together since 2002.

01 Apr 2010
31 May 2010
Juliette Blightman (UK)
Juliette Blightman uses film to capture moments in which time seems to stand still. Her films are not staged, each scene existing regardless of her camera filming or not.

01 Apr 2010
30 Sep 2010
Pascal Bircher (UK)
Pascal Bircher’s work combines elements of personal and collective mythology, samples of reality and elements of fiction so as to try to formulate the unfathomable

01 Mar 2010
31 Aug 2010
Aoife Collins (Ireland)
Collins interdisciplinary practice explores the transience and mutability of objects, ideas and public personas, especially the filtering down from ‘highbrow’ to popular culture and the inherent changes of form and meaning that occur in these circumstances.

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