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Yvette Monahan | The Time of Dreaming the World Awake

The Time of Dreaming the World Awake is a portrait of a place, a landscape of possibility.

This photographic body of work is based in a small region in Southern France.
It centres on the story of Bugarach, the ‘magic’ mountain. Bugarach was somehow connected to a Mayan prophecy which indicated that the world as we know it, would end on December 21st, 2012. The prophecy claimed that this date would mark the beginning of a new era for humanity, a new and sublime future. Bugarach was to be the first bastion of this modern Arcadia. Continue Reading →

MADE VISIBLE

IADT Photography Graduate Exhibition 2013
Opening: Thursday, May 23rd, 2013, 6:30pm
Exhibition: May 23rd – 26th, 2013
Moxie Studios, Dublin, Ireland Continue Reading →

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Kate Nolan | Neither

Neither (2009-2012)

The view of this faded garden explodes my mind and I get paralyzed, I have no clue how to move two legs, let alone a thousand. — Natasha

Neither is an exploration into the hearts of young women in Kaliningrad. The first generation to have grown up after the collapse of the Soviet Union, they look to define their identity in this small ‘island’ within Europe. The women I have been living with and sharing with have generously opened up their homes and their minds to allow me to better understand this link between place, identity and history. Continue Reading →

Alternate Voices

Alternate Voices | IADT 2nd year students exhibition
Opening:
 April 25th, 2013, 
6 – 9pm
Exhibition:
 April 26th – May 2nd
, 2013
Moxie Studios, Dublin, Ireland
Opening Hours: 12 – 5pm

Alternate Voices is the end of year exhibition of IADT, Dún Laoghaire, 2nd year photography students that opens at Moxie Studios, Dublin, Ireland, on the 25th of April, 2013 at 6pm and run until the 2nd of May. Continue Reading →

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Claudi Nir | A Temporary Discomfort

Produced over a period of four years, A Temporary Discomfort deals with the idea of a once familiar place becoming unfamiliar and the emotions that are triggered when the place once called home is not recognizable as such anymore after spending a significant amount of time abroad. Continue Reading →

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David Monahan | Leaving Dublin

In the project Leaving Dublin, photographer David Monahan has captured more than 100 imminent emigrants on film as they prepare to leave the city in search of better opportunities abroad.

I fully recognise the difference between this and previous waves of emigration and at the same time I acknowledge that the quest remains the same – the search for a better life. The work honours the courage behind the decision and the fact that moving to a different country can dramatically shape the future lives of those who leave, and has huge impact on those left behind.” –David Monahan

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Darek Fortas | Coal Story

The project is a result of an extensive photographic engagement with the two largest coal mining companies in the European Union located in Silesia, the most industrialised part of Poland.

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Quick Brown Fox

Quick Brown Fox is a curated blog by Alex Rose, a photographer from Dublin, Ireland. Alex has an interest in the self publishing world and wanted to create an outlet for photographers to produce mini projects away from their normal practice.
Quick Brown Fox
was the product of this idea. She wanted to see how one word alone could inspire a piece of work from for a photographer and having completed their own project they then pass on a word to another photographer. It is updated twice a week but towards the end of the month will become weekly. She is looking for submissions of all kinds. Continue Reading →

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Artur Sikora | Coffee flavour

Time with a cup of coffee it’s time to focus and clear your mind, to hunker down and get ready for the day. It is simultaneously a wonderful way to relax and to lose touch with reality for a moment, time to slow down and recharge, time for “Coffee flavour “. Continue Reading →