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Occupy Space and Stag & Deer present Richard Forrest, Laura McMorrow, Caroline McNally and Jillian McAteer

Occupy Space Limerick (Ireland) and Stag & Deer Present:
Richard Forrest // Laura McMorrow // Caroline McNally // Jillian McAteer

Exhibition: 11th April until Saturday 11th May 2013
Occupy Space, 7/8 Rutland Street, Limerick city, Ireland
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ASPECT – A Group Exhibition in Cork, Ireland

A group show in conjunction with THERE THERE.

Opening:  Thursday 18th October 2012, 7:30 pm
TACTIC Cork, Sullivan’s Quay, Cork City, Ireland

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THERE THERE – A photographic event in Cork, Ireland, curated by Stag & Deer

THERE THERE is a photographic event in Cork City, curated by Stag & Deer and launching on Thursday, October 18th  2012, 6 pm with the opening of Viviane Sassen’s Parasomnia at the Crawford Art Gallery, Cork, Ireland.

THERE THERE will bring more than 30 international, national and local lens based artists under one banner.

There’ll be six different exhibitions with different concerns sharing a common thematic framework, responses to otherness. We have secured an internationally recognised female photographer to anchor the event, Viviane Sassen.

The THERE THERE exhibition programme:

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Pamela Condell | Inversion

Created: March – June 2011, Berlin, Germany.

Recently, the continued theme in my work is built around the domestic and the structure of life within a home, the physical nature of the interior and exterior/human interactions and relations/memories/possessions, etc. Home to me is many things, banal and everyday but always of the utmost importance. We all experience moments within our individual contexts of home or family, but do not necessarily share them beyond the physical construct of our own setting. There is an unspoken curiosity to see how others have these moments. Continue Reading →