Mark Buckeridge to exhibit at Pallas Projects/Studios, Dublin

28 June, 2016

Opening Wednesday 6th July, 6pm
Running until 9th July

The methodology of this show utilises the traditional language of painting. Seven paintings will be produced and are presented to the viewer in a sculptural manner. Influences include rock music, landscapes and art education.

Mark Buckeridge (b 1991) lives and works in Cork, Ireland. He graduated from the Crawford College of Art and Design with a BA in Fine Art in 2013. His work primarily focuses on performance, painting and songwriting and is heavily influenced by his background in music. Producing, publishing and disseminating projects as sonic outputs, previous releases and projects include: EP Ground Yourself (2012), live installation I could use this knife but I won’t (2013), Instructions for electronic station (2014) and pop single So Long (2015). This year saw the formation of singing group All Choir (2016), which uses the commonality of music as a starting point for discussions, social gatherings and occasional live performances.

Recent exhibitions include group shows at the RHA Dublin, Catalyst Arts Belfast and Tactic Cork. Touring Rock Landscapes is his first solo show.

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