Curatorial Seminar - Politics: Modern and Irish

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Friday 15 March 2013, 2pm
Politics: Modern and Irish

As society is constructed, it relies on certain heritages to assemble the identities and traditions its populace adheres to, appearing as the political status quo, or hegemony of cultural from. In these forms of collective perception, how might contemporary art, as an eclectic and liberal form, realistically position itself within these discussions? Might this be useful for reimagining Irish politics past, present and future? Speakers include Helen Carey, curator and director of Limerick City Gallery, Roddy Buchanan visual artist, Amanda Ralph, visual artist. The seminar is chaired by Sean Lynch, artist.

For more information and to book places see: http://www.mavis.ie/component/content/article/4-forums/271-politics-modern-and-irish

Video:

Politics: Modern and Irish - Logan Sisley from Dublin City Council Arts Office on Vimeo.

Politics: Modern and Irish - Roddy Buchanan from Dublin City Council Arts Office on Vimeo.

Politics: Modern and Irish - Helen Carey from Dublin City Council Arts Office on Vimeo.

Politics: Modern and Irish - Amanda Ralph from Dublin City Council Arts Office on Vimeo.

Politics: Modern and Irish - Panel Discussion from Dublin City Council Arts Office on Vimeo.