TULCA 2020 Artists’ Talk with Saoirse Wall - GMIT CCAM (Online)

Monday, 23 November 2020 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM [GST]

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Monday, 23 November 2020 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM [GST]

TULCA 2020 Artists’ Talk Series - GMIT CCAM

#3 TULCA 2020 Artists’ Talk with Saoirse Wall - GMIT CCAM (Online)

 

Monday 23 November 2020

14:00 - Artist Talk
15:00 - Q&A


Saoirse Wall is an Irish artist working with moving-image and performance to articulate experiences that lack representation in social narratives of gender, health, and the body. In their work, scale, immersive sound, and suggestive gestures are manipulated to disrupt and discomfort. Their work has recently been screened and exhibited with AEMI, LUX Scotland, Platform Arts Belfast and Hotel Maria Kapel (NL). From 2018-2019 they participated in School of the Damned, a UK-based, peer-led alternative art school. In 2014 their film Gesture 2 was shortlisted for the inaugural Hennessy Portrait Prize and subsequently became the first moving-image work to be purchased for the National Gallery of Ireland Collection. They are a 2020 recipient of the Arts Council Next Generation Award.


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Participants are requested to display their actual name while in the Zoom meeting.

Discussions will be moderated using the chat function and participants will automatically be muted on entry. Attendees may be asked to turn their camera on/off.

 

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Zoom talks will be live-captioned with Otter ai.

 

TULCA Festival of Visual Arts

The Law is a White Dog curated by Sarah Browne

6 - 22 November 2020

Galway, Ireland 


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About Saoirse Wall

Artist
Gavin Murphy
Lecturer in Art History and Critical Theory at Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology

About Gavin Murphy

Lecturer in Art History and Critical Theory at Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology

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