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holy terrain

With works by Rashiyah Elanga, Jordan/Martin Hell, Hemansingh Lutchmun, Maximiliano Siñani, Anishta Chooramun and Osaro Azams.

11 November to 12 December 2021 

holy terrain is the third in the programme of exhibitions The German School at the Goethe-Institut Irland. In this exhibition of sculptural works of mixed media, experimental painting and hybrid-net, Rashiyah Elanga, Jordan/Martin Hell, Hemansingh Lutchmun and Maximiliano Siñani declare (or don’t) customs of a collective imaginary, embodied by a kind of entangled metamorphosed non-western transcendentalist actualizing.

The four artists from Städelschule had joined with Dublin-based artists Anishta Chooramun and Osaro Azams, and curator Beaulah Ezeugo to make this collaborative exhibition of works that seek to explore their various practices in relation to the intersections within their histories. 

These artists seek to mine and misremember an occult of how romantics can or can’t language – and how failed mechanics of subjectivity, objectivity, and reconstruction are a social vectoring of “our world-work”; a fugitive necro(narco)-politics of insurgency and inception.
 
  • "Jungtier" (2021) by Hemansingh Lutchmun © Gerard Byrne
    "Jungtier" (2021) by Hemansingh Lutchmun
  • "X" (2021) by Jordan/Martin Hell © Gerard Byrne
    "X" (2021) by Jordan/Martin Hell
  • Performance "BLACKMAGICKRAWr" (11.11.2021) by and with Osaro Azams © Adrian O’Connell
    Performance "BLACKMAGICKRAWr" (11.11.2021) by and with Osaro Azams
  • "3333 coca-blätter" (2021) by Maximiliano Siñani © Adrian O’Connell
    "3333 coca-blätter" (2021) by Maximiliano Siñani
  • "Le Morne, Mauritius" (2021) by Hemansingh Lutchmun © Gerard Byrne
    "Le Morne, Mauritius" (2021) by Hemansingh Lutchmun
  • "And then we met*" (2018) by  Anishta Chooramun © Gerard Byrne
    "And then we met*" (2018) by Anishta Chooramun
  • "Bunzi sur la montagne de Venus" (2021) by Rashiyah Elanga © Gerard Byrne
    "Bunzi sur la montagne de Venus" (2021) by Rashiyah Elanga
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