Kingdom Come

Kingdom Come

Date: 18th Sep 2014 - 27th Sep 2014
Time: Wed - Sat, 10am - 6pm
Venue: CIT Wandesford Quay Gallery
Cost:Free

Kingdom Come  |  Doireann Ní Ghrioghair

Now Wakes the Sea, Kinsale Arts Festival 2013 Winner's Exhibition

18 - 27 Septmber 2014

CIT Wandesford Quay Gallery

 

Doireann Ní Ghrioghair's exhibition Kingdom Come preview is at 6pm on the 18th of September and runs and runs through until Saturday the 27th.

Doireann will be giving an artist’s talk on Wednesday the 24th of September at 11.30am.

It takes the debris of redundant, toppled historical monuments and imbues them with bright, lurid pinks, yellows, greens,blues and the gaudiness and synthetics of consumer capitalism. Obelisks,columns and plinths are embedded in the aesthetic language of power and control. Re-imagined here, they become shaky, ridiculous totems to a precarious empire; their potency suffused with frivolousness and flippancy. The solemn austerity of pompous tyrants is disrupted with playfulness and pleasure and the monuments are denied their heroic autonomy.

Doireann Ní Ghrioghair is the winner of the 2013 Now Wakes the Sea Award. Graduating in 2010 with an MA in Fine Arts from Chelsea College of Art,London, she is currently undertaking a long-term residency at Firestation Studios, Dublin.

Previous exhibitions include Now Wakes the Sea, Kinsale Arts Festival 2013, Creekside Open 13 &’11, APT Gallery London, curated by Ceri Hand and Phyllida Barlow respectively and After the Future, Eva International,Limerick curated by Annie Fletcher.

 

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