Archive for October, 2008

Mark Grehan

OCT 31 – NOV 9

Occurrences (in the expanse between areas without variation)

Opening Thursday Oct 30th, 6pm-9pm
Exhibition Continues through Sunday Nov 9th
Open Wed-Sun, 2-7pm

To view exhibition outside of opening hours please contact Aideen at 086 0858779 or email thisisnotashop@gmail.com

Thisisnotashop is proud to present an exhibition of new paintings by Dublin based artist Mark Grehan. Colours and lines are layered to form images where several spaces coexist within a singular picture plain. For the viewer an image that has an apparent balance reveals composition variations on further investigation.

Photography and image analysis are fundamental to Grehans practice. Gathering visual material on a daily basis Grehan explores this research using several computer programs. The results are then brought to the studio where they are introduced onto surfaces with paint and drawing materials. Without working towards a predetermined resolution the artist includes creative development within the artworks execution and in so doing opens the work up to alternative decisions and unforeseen outcomes.

Auralog

OCT 21-27

As part of DEAF (Dublin Electronic Arts Festival) 2008:

Auralog

Anthony Kelly – Slavek Kwi – Seán McCrum – David Stalling
First Draft: Audio Postcards

Tue 21st – Mon 27th October
Open 4.00-8.00pm each day

Reception Thursday 23rd October
7.00-9.00pm

Auralog is a collaborative project by Anthony Kelly (Ireland), Slavek Kwi (Czech Rep), Seán McCrum (Ireland) and David Stalling (Ireland). This project is a collection of sound postcards, aural objects framed by silence, which seek to relate the sounds and timeframe of Newfoundland to the specific place of thisisnotashop and redefine the experience of space and time through electronic and actual sound.

During the investigation of a long-term project entitled Shorelines, Auralog travelled to Newfoundland in June 2008 to collaborate with a group of Canadian artists in the creation of numerous sound recordings. The Canadian artists, Angela Antle, Pierre LeBlanc and Anne Troake, will be sending their audio postcards as part of this event.

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