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01 Nov 2007
29 Feb 2008
Phuttiphong Aroonpheng (Thailand)
Thai artist Phuttiphong Aroonpheng’s art practice is encounter driven. He is inspired by many documentary films that create a form of subjective storytelling.

01 Nov 2007
18 May 2008
Alan Phelan (Ireland)
Alan Phelan's practice involves the production of objects, participatory projects, curating and writing. These all inform and contribute to an interest in the narrative potential surrounding an artwork.

01 Oct 2007
01 Jan 2008
Yuki Okumura (Japan)
Through his work Yuki Okumura aims to illuminate and even reconcile the gap between the physical world itself and the work perceived by the human brain.

01 Oct 2007
31 Mar 2008
Seamus Nolan (Ireland)
Seamus Nolan’s practice investigates the relative value of objects and social processes as they appear within different economies and contexts.

01 Sep 2007
29 Feb 2008
Mark Clare (Ireland)
Mark Clare consistently explores issues of social value in his work. Using video and photography to record a myriad of public interventions, Clare seeks to provoke and agitate our social conscience.

02 Jul 2007
31 Aug 2007
Jered Sprecher (USA)
Jered Sprecher’s studio practice is based in the diversity of visual culture. He is a hunter and a gatherer, constantly accumulating images produced by the people and cultures around him.

02 Jul 2007
31 Aug 2007
Richard Saxton (USA)
The core of Richard Saxton’s practice derives from an analysis and interpretation of his surrounding landscape.

01 Jun 2007
31 Aug 2007
Alberto Peral (Spain)
A sense of circularity impregnates the work of Alberto Peral - an idea that, although concentrating the viewer around a single point from which everything emerges, also offers the viewer the possibility of embracing, surrounding or narrowing the sense of reality.

01 Jun 2007
30 Sep 2007
Giles Round (UK)
In Giles Round work geometric shapes, minimal structures and monochrome planes are combined with objects such as plants, lights or three-dimensional texts.

01 Jun 2007
30 Sep 2007
Clive Murphy (Ireland)
Clive Murphy’s practice constantly considers ideas relating to the position of the individual in terms of an increasingly ‘mass’ oriented environment, exploring themes of alienation and desire within this context.

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