PhotoIreland 2016: MA in Fine Art in Photography, Ulster University’s Belfast School of Art.
Exhibition Dates: July 8th-23rd. Preview, Friday, July 8th (6-8pm)
New works from the MA in Fine Art in Photography, Ulster University’s Belfast School of Art. This exhibition marks the culmination of study for a group of MFA Photography Students at Ulster University’s Belfast School of Art. The photographs are part of a greater body of research that each student has completed for their final year project.
Artists: Aaron Dickson, Richard Gosnold, Dianne Whyte, Tim West, Dalyce Wilson, Katrina Taggart
This exhibition is part of the PhotoIreland festival, 2016.
Main image: Richard Gosnold, 2016. Copyright the artist.
Adam Gibney: Euclid, I miss you..
June 10th-July 2nd. Preview, June 9th
“But this map of what surrounds the present, like all maps, is only a surface; its features are but abstract signs and symbols of things that in themselves are concrete bits of sensible experience.” (1)
Symbolic descriptions of reality, even the axiomatic, have proven to be only temporary and tentative. The line, a breadthless length(2), now protrudes into the platonic. The solid formal structures that held truth now exist precariously within the newfound multitudes of reality. The rigorous quest for certainty seems to only expand the terrain of uncertainty. Here and there, an arbitrary line connects points, which have no part (3), here.
Adam Gibney is a Dublin based artist who graduated from IADT in 2010. He was the recipient of the IMOCA Graduate Award, the Aileen MacKeogh Award and the Siamsa Tíre Emerging Artist Award. His solo exhibitions include Limbo-Excavated (2011),RE:definition (2012) and Exercises of an Audionaut (2014). Most recently his work was exhibited as part of the RHA’s Futures Anthology. http://adamgibney.com/
In June 2016 Adam will present Euclid, I miss you, a solo exhibition in ArtBox Dublin. Other upcoming events include Deep Inside (Moscow Biennale of Young Art) and Activating Pangea (CB1 Gallery, Los Angeles).
This exhibition is kindly supported by Fingal County Council