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Friday May 29, 5.30-9.30 pm
Live performance begins at 5.30
Exhibition Open Sat May 30 and Sun May 31 , 2-7pm
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APR 26 – MAY 16
thisisnotashop is proud to announce a unique exhibition of work by Fluxus artist Larry Miller in tandem with a series of Fluxus inspired events & performances orchestrated with the artist including the first Fluxus Concert ever held in Dublin.
Overview of Events:
Larry Miller Live Performance: Figure/Ground
Sunday April 26, 3-4pm in Phoenix Park
Exhibition: Larry Miller Figures in The Ground
May 1-16, Opening Thu April 30, 7-9pm at thisisnotashop
Fluxus Concert Dublin
Friday May 1, 8pm at The Banquet Hall above Cultivate (Former SS Michael&Johns) Tickets 10 euro
Artist Talk with Larry Miller
Friday May 1, 1-2.30pm at NCAD
Saturday May 9, 2-4pm at The Market Studios
Exhibition and Fluxus with Larry Miller program curated by Jessamyn Fiore.
Friday April 17th, 7-9pm
Dublin Art Collective Eek presents the first in a series of collaborative projects exploring the relationship between the written word & art.
Onesheet is a series of single-broadsheet publications, each featuring the inspired collaborative art work of a visual artist and writer.
To launch the series, visual artist Dáinne Nic Aoidh and poet Annemarie Ní Churreáin have created ‘Constellations’ , an exhibition of printed imagery, paintings and art installations in response to words.
Onesheet featuring work from the ‘ Constellations’ exhibition will be launched at Thisisnotashop Gallery, Benburb Street, where the full exhibition will run until Sunday April 19th.
More Information on the publication or exhibition go to www.eek.ie
Thisisnotashop is bringing Fluxus to Dublin with special guest artist Larry Miller… more
MAR 20 – APR 2
Opening Thu Mar 19th, 7-9 pm
Gallery Opening Hours: Wed-Sun, 2-7 pm
Fogtíogarburn is a multimedia installation project that presents a spectacle event of the “ghosts” of Smithﬁeld Market, Dublin. The work begins with an event/video shoot in Smithfield and following that, an exhibition of 3D souvenirs saturated in pink glitter that evoke the “ghosts” of the Smithfield Market in the gallery space. A video of the event will be projected in the gallery’s front window.
The gallery space is configured so that it’s optimally (and briefly) viewed from the “Luas” — a ghostly slice of a dream space for flaneurian passengers that is paradoxically filled with souvenirs of pink fog and posters of forgotten events that have been re-remembered.
Andréa Stanislav lives and works in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and New York City. Born in Chicago in 1968, Stanislav received an MFA from Alfred University in 1997 and a BFA from the Art Institute of Chicago in 1990. She is currently a PhD candidate in New Media and Communication at the European Graduate School, Saas Fee Switzerland. She is an Assistant Professor of Art at the University of Minnesota and regularly exhibits her work both in the USA and abroad. This is her first exhibition in the Republic of Ireland.
See Andrea Stanislav article in Totally Dublin: http://www.totallydublin.ie/culture-review.jsp?id_culture_event_review=38
FEB 27 – MAR 8
Opening Thu Feb 26th, 7-9pm
Exhibition Hours: Wed-Sun, 2-7pm
For thisisnotashop, Merrigan has fabricated a site-specific installation that plays with the image of a hardware store as a site of possibility. From this fabricated stage, he invites the audience to extract the end, beginning and centre of a potentially hazardous narrative. James Merrigan’s recent work has been focused on the idea of the event, and how we, as an audience, capture or read the event. He fabricates these events from videos and paraphernalia that are crudely cut fractions of a bigger happening. His work is a lead in, or the afters of an event, and centers around ideas of crisis, horror and ritual.
Born in Dublin in 1976. Recently completed an MFA at the National College of Art & Design, Dublin. Awarded NCAD Graduate Studentship, 2008. Has taken part in a number of selected group exhibitions in Dublin and Galway. Most recently selected for a solo show at Queen Street Gallery, Belfast. Reviewed in CIRCA twice in succession for Solo Show ‘…could we talk before and after… (PART 1),’ Queen Street Gallery, Belfast (2008); and for CIRCA’S CRITICS CHOICE AT DEGREE SHOWS (2008). Lives and works in Ireland.