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Response Series

The Response Series generates collaborations between experts, researchers, and artists not only across disciplines but also across methodologies and approaches to research and practice, with a view to create new experiences and forms of knowledge.

Joanna Walsh
The Feast

Enter The Feast, a walkthrough game by Joanna Walsh that responds to Deirdre O’Mahony’s work, The Quickening, which examines the issues facing farming, food production and consumption in the face of present ecological and climate crises. Using the words of invitees to two feasts staged by Deirdre O’Mahony, The Feast invites readers to explore ideas, […]

Ingrid Swenson
In Conversation

  Are you okay? Excuse me?   I said, ‘Are you okay’ – I had the impression that you might need some help. No, I’m absolutely fine. This is the way that I’m supposed to be. It’s completely correct. This is how I can be the best version of myself. Or at least the latest […]

Caoimhe Kilfeather
Corral

As part of our Response Series The Douglas Hyde is delighted to share Caoimhe Kilfeather’s response to the work of Liz Magor within the exhibition The Rise and The Fall. The response takes a material form in two parts: a film, and a A6 double-sided postcard. The film will play on our public screen at […]

Cairo Clarke
Writer Reponse

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.  

Diana Bamimeke
Writer Reponse

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.  

Autumn Knight
Artist Reponse

As part of our Response Series The Douglas Hyde is delighted to announce an Artist’s Response where artist Autumn Knight will respond to the work of Eric N. Mack and his current exhibition Scampolo!  

Daphne Wright
Gathering Atmospheres

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 […]

Anne Tallentire
response response

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 […]

A photograph of a record sleeve with the black vinyl coming halfway out of it.
Liliane Puthod
Frystatic

Frystatic is a pitch test, a sonorous perspective, taking a tangent to David Lunney’s work by interweaving traditional Irish tunes within electronic sound fields. By expanding throughout soft repetitive melodies layered with entropic sound effects, the mix recalls the mirror surfaces composition and colourful geometrical patterns visible in the artist’s drawings and sculptures.   Frystatic […]

Tiffany Sia
Weird Time & SEA–SHIPPING–SUN

Artist Tiffany Sia presents a response to Yuri Pattison’s solo exhibition the engine. Weird Times is a chapbook by Tiffany Sia and Yuri Pattison on time-telling and hegemony. Featuring writing by Sia and images selected by Pattison, it is a brief history on the development of time-keeping technologies. While SEA – SHIPPING – SUN, a meditation on maritime trade routes, is a […]

Dean Kissick
The Cosmic Artist

Using key critical ideas presented by the exhibition programming, the Response Series presents experimental and transdisciplinary collaborations between exhibiting artists and other artists, writers, researchers or experts. On this occasion, we invited Dean Kissick, writer and New York editor of Spike Art Magazine to respond to Yuri Pattisson exhibition the engine. The collaboration between Dean […]

Andrew Jackson
Us and Them

Dr Andrew Jackson  responds to Steve Bishop’s exhibition Security (2020) with an essay titled “Us and Them” found below.