Exhibition Make Haste, Slowly

Liam Gillick: Denominator Plattform, 2018 (Ausschnitt) (c) Louis Hough

Fri, 30.11.2018 -
Sat, 12.01.2019

Goethe-Institut Irland, 37 Merrion Square, Dublin 2

37 Merrion Square
Dublin 2

Liam Gillick: "Denominator Plattform" in the Return Gallery, 2018 (Detail)

as part of "Common Denominator: Art in the Contemporary World"

A collectively curated, scripted, performed, and presented exercise in radical pedagogies by the MA Art in the Contemporary World ACW) at the National College of Art & Design (NCAD): Jack Cole, Dominique Crowley, Padraig Cunningham, Stephanie Deady, María del Buey, Tamara Derksen, Nicole Di Sandro, Brendan Fox, Kate Friedeberg, Valerie Joyce, Seánan Kerr, Heidee Martin, Grainne Murphy, Orlaith Phelan, Natalie Pullen, Éimear Regan, and Laura Skublics.
 
With artworks and collaborations featuring Basil Al Rawi, Jane’s Bees, Jasmin Marker, Repeater Collective, Noel Sheridan, John Smith, and David and Sally Shaw-Smith.
 
Presented in the context of Liam Gillick’s "Denominator Platform" 2018, specially commissioned by Art in the Contemporary World and the Goethe-Institut Irland for the Return Gallery at the Goethe-Institut.
 
Opening

Friday 30 November 6-9pm

Screening of Slow Glass, 1988-91 by John Smith
Skep making demonstration by Jane’s Bees
Loquendo’s Gramaphone Guided Tour + Silent Disco by María Del Buey, Natalie Pullen and Valerie Joyce
Performance by Repeater Collective

Events

Monday 3 December 2018, 3-6pm

Radical Pedagogies reading group
Theatre of the Oppressed workshop by Brendan Fox
Loquendo’s Gramaphone Guided Tour + Silent Disco by María Del Buey, Natalie Pullen and Valerie Joyce
 
Monday 10 December 2018, 3-6pm

Radical Pedagogies reading group
Irish crocheting demonstration by Grainne Murphy
Workshop by artist Jasmin Marker

Due to limited capacity booking required for the events on 3 and 10 December, enquiries: ncadacw@gmail.com.

"Make Haste, Slowly" is part of "Common Denominator: Art in the Contemporary World" at the Goethe-Institut Irland, a two-year programme that takes as its starting point Walter Gropius’s term, from which collective knowledges progress. Through exhibitions, events, seminars and more we will interrogate and inhabit what it means in our time to speak of political solidarity, civic standards, or even aesthetic values, and to consider the relation between common commitments and necessary possibilities of individual belief, expression and action.
 
Art in the Contemporary World is Ireland’s leading taught MA at the National College of Art & Design in Dublin. The students are avid researchers whose focus is to advance a project with the aim of understanding, interrogating, and expanding the role of contemporary practices and their contexts. ACW is led by Francis Halsall, Declan Long and Sarah Pierce.
 
Supported by the Goethe-Institut Irland in collaboration with the National College of Art & Design. Special thanks to the Kerlin Gallery and IMMA | Irish Museum of Modern Art.
 
Gallery hours

Monday-Thursday 10:00 am - 09:00 pm
Friday 10:00 am - 05:30 pm
Saturday 10:00 am - 1:30 pm (except bank holiday weekends)
Christmas Closing time: 22 December 2018 until 1 January 2019 inclusive.

Please note that due to the protected structure of the Georgian building, the gallery is not wheelchair accessible.
 

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