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Yuri Pattison

the engine

The Douglas Hyde is delighted to present a solo exhibition by Yuri Pattison, whose work in the last 10 years has addressed the impact of digital technology on both infrastructure and everyday life. Utilising video, sculpture, and online platforms it explores the political, material and social consequences of the rapid development of technology. His works move across platforms and materialities, connecting off- and on- line spaces. Having exhibited extensively internationally at an early stage in his career, this will be Pattison’s first solo exhibition in a major institution in Ireland.

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A collage image of a black person with glasses on the left wearing a button-up shirt looking down at the prism shaped object in their hands. There are beige squiggly lines this person. On the right there is a sculpture and a framed photograph. In the centre there is a tree in the background and a person with blonde hair wearing a grey furry coat.
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