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DUBLIN CITY GALLERY THE HUGH LANE

Charlemont House, Parnell Square North, Dublin D01 F2X9
00 353 1 222 5550

www.hughlane.ie
info.hughlane@dublincity.ie

Tue-Thur 9.45-6, Fri 9.45-5, Sat 10-5, Sun 11-5

/ busParnell Square Luas:Parnell/O'C Upp; DART:Connolly/Tara


KENNEDY BROWNE : THE REDACTION TRILOGY
Oct 24, 2019 - Jan 26, 2020
Kennedy Browne is the name under which two artists author a distinct body of work, separate to their individual practices. Kennedy Browne decipher issues of globalism, migration and linguistic / cultural translation. The artists follows research threads from specialized and marginal business materials. To date they have mined blogs and support forums of tech company workers, business literature, archives of airport arrivals and departures, and the legal proceedings of privacy activists in Europe. The artists compile and rework texts from these sources into scripts for performance, casting actors as avatars of industry and labour.
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KERLIN GALLERY

Anne's Lane, South Anne Street, Dublin 2
00 353 1 670 9093

www.kerlingallery.com
gallery@kerlin.ie

Mon-Fri 10-5.45, Sat 11-4.30


JAKI IRVINE : ACK RO’
Jan 24 - Feb 29, 2020
Private view Thu Jan 23 6pm - 8pm
Kerlin Gallery is pleased to present Ack Ro', an exhibition of new video, audio and neon by Jaki Irvine. An opening reception in the company of the artist will take place on Thursday 23 January.

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TEMPLE BAR GALLERY & STUDIOS

5-9 Temple Bar, Dublin Dublin 2
00 353 1 6710073

www.templebargallery.com
press@templebargallery.com

Tue - Sat: 11am - 6pm


Click to enlargeTAI SHANI : TRAGODÍA
Dec 20, 2019 - Feb 15, 2020
Tai Shani’s radical multidisciplinary practice incorporates sculpture, performative installations, moving image, experimental spoken and written narratives, radio broadcasts, and virtual reality. Shani deconstructs social hierarchies by elevating the roles of those who have been oppressed in history, mythology and the artist’s personal experience. Using the forms of science-fiction, anthropology, feminist and queer theory, Shani blurs fact and fiction, re-imagining cultural archetypes and re-interpreting their narratives with eroticism, violence and fantasy. These characters also exude tenderness and compassion, which illuminates female otherness in a setting of communal support and equality that proposes a possible post-patriarchal future. Shani’s new work that will be shown at TBG+S contemplates mortality, kinship and privacy, as well the nature of close relationships between othered subjects, and how intimacy is a site for radical transformation and conceptions of selfhood.

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