The Douglas Hyde is delighted to present a new music session where artist Bill Harris will host an experimental electronic dance night as part of our First Thursday series. Through this new series of late openings, the gallery becomes a space for hosting unexpected, experimental practices across multiple artforms from live music and expanded cinema […]
On Isabel Nolan
The Douglas Hyde is delighted to share details of this upcoming talk by Tim Stott on the work of Isabel Nolan, in which he will discuss her current exhibition Calling on Gravity in the context of her broader practice.
Dr Tim Stott is an art historian and critic who lectures on Art History and Visual Culture at Dublin Institute of Technology. He is also an Associate Researcher with the Graduate School of Creative Arts and Media, Dublin. His 2016 text on Isabel Nolan’s exhibition The Weakened Eye of Day at Mercer Union, Toronto, is available to read here.
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