The LAB Gallery, brought to you by Dublin City Council, is pleased to present: Tonight, you can call me Trish
A group exhibition curated by RGKSKSRG, recipients of the 2013/14 Emerging Curator Award.
Featuring artists Alan Butler (IE), Mark Durkan (IE), Mary-Jo Gilligan (IE), Oliver Laric (AT), Rachel Maclean (UK), Eilis McDonald (IE), Brenna Murphy (US), James Ó hAodha (IE), Pilvi Takala (FI).
Opening reception Thursday 6th February 6pm – 8pm. Exhibition continues 7th February – 22nd March 2014
The opening will be preceded by an artist talk with Rachel Maclean at 5pm, presented in partnership with the MA in Visual Arts Practices, IADT.
The exhibition will be officially launched by Cliodhna Shaffrey, Visual Arts Advisor with the Arts Council.
The show features works by International artists Oliver Laric, Rachel Maclean, Brenna Murphy, and Pilvi Takala; with newly commissioned interventions by Dublin-based artists Alan Butler, Mark Durkan and Eilis McDonald; and ephemeral events by Mary-Jo Gilligan and James Ó hAodha.
Playing with precarity, performance, and the virtual as real, Tonight, you can call me Trish invites artists and viewers to move through multiple states of being. This is an exhibition created through plural agencies at work; artists are artists, diviners, designers, mediators; audience is viewer, believer, conspirator, user; curator is conceptualist, choreographer, strategist, inputter. With all the bluster of a one-night stand, Trish rides on the energy of art's own glossy promise, in a mashed-up, smashed-up, post-decorative dissolution of illusion.
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Tonight, you can call me Trish has been produced with kind support from Irish Art Courier and Kunstverein Düsseldorf.
The LAB Gallery is supported by Dublin City Council and the Arts Council.
First Thursdays in Dublin
Inspired by First Thursdays carried out in London, First Thursdays Dublin is the name given to cultural spaces opening their doors after hours and offering an extra chance to see art, culture and events in a number of venues between 6 & 8pm on the first Thursday of every month from July onwards.