As part of our Response Series, The Douglas Hyde is delighted to announce a Writer’s Response where writer Stephen Sexton will respond to the work of Bassam Al-Sabah and his current exhibition: IT’S DANGEROUS TO GO ALONE! TAKE THIS
As part of our Response Series, The Douglas Hyde is delighted to announce a Writer’s Response where writer and editor Anna Walsh will respond to the work of Jennifer Mehigan and her current exhibition in Gallery 2 as part of The Artist’s Eye programme.
As part of our Response Series The Douglas Hyde is delighted to share Cairo Clarke’s response to the work of Alice Rekab within the exhibition Family Lines. ON BECOMING formalises concepts of belonging, identity and embodiment. The response takes a material form in three parts: a PDF file, a double sided A3 poster, and double […]
When I visit a show I want to write about, I have to spend a long time with it if I’m going to write about it in any meaningful way. I pack my bag with my supplies: my notepad, my pencil and two pens, a black one and a blue one. Despite its unassuming tools […]
As part of our Response Series The Douglas Hyde is delighted to announce a Writer’s Response where Curator and Writer Diana Bamimeke will respond to the work of Éireann and I and their current exhibition in Gallery 2 as part of The Artist’s Eye programme.
As part of our Response Series The Douglas Hyde is delighted to announce a Writer’s Response where Curator and Writer Cairo Clarke will respond to the work of Alice Rekab and their current exhibition Family Lines.
As part of our Response Series The Douglas Hyde is delighted to share Anne Tallentire’s response to the work of Áine McBride within the exhibition From Here to There. Embodying Tallentire’s practice response response formalises ongoing concerns between the artists. The response takes a material form in three parts: a PDF file, a double sided AO […]
Niamh Campbell has written Gathering Atmospheres, a text as a reply to a number of explorative conversations between Daphne Wright and Katie Watchorn facilitated by The Douglas Hyde Gallery’s Response Series in conjunction with the exhibition From Here to There. Over the course of six meetings and conversations between Daphne Wright and Katie Watchorn, a form […]
27.01.22 — 05.02.22
Gallery 1 & 2
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