Selective Memory: panel discussion and opening
A panel discussion featuring curators Chris Clarke and Orla Murphy and artists Alan Phelan, Anne Ramsden and Miek Zwamborn will open the exhibition Selective Memory.
To launch the opening of our new exhibition Selective Memory: Artists in the archive, a panel discussion featuring curators Chris Clarke and Orla Murphy and artists Alan Phelan, Anne Ramsden and Miek Zwamborn will take place at 4pm, Thursday 20 November. This event will be followed by the opening of the exhibition at 5pm. The archive preserves the past, its remnants and records, within a repository of human knowledge. However, it also offers a space for critical engagement and creative invention, for challenging the archive's supposed objectivity with alternative histories, subversive interpretations and speculative imaginings. Selective Memory: Artists in the archive explores the ways in which Irish and international artists continually return to the archive, in order to imbue it with a new sense of subjectivity and individuality. Artists: Zbyněk Baladrán, Paulien Barbas, David Raymond Conroy, Dani Gal, Ruth Maclennan, Mike Mandel and Larry Sultan, Lucy McKenzie, Marge Monko, Gavin Murphy, Alan Phelan, Anne Ramsden, Jasper Rigole, Valerie Snobeck, Sean Snyder, and Miek Zwamborn. curated by Chris Clarke and Orla Murphy, in association with Digital Arts and Humanities, UCC
|Category:||Arts and Cultural Events: Glucksman Gallery|
|Time:||4 - 7pm|
|Location:||Lewis Glucksman Gallery|
|Target Audience:||All welcome|
|Admission Price: €||Free|