I’m thinking about time – by Sarah Long

A mediation on Time by Sarah Long following Meadhbh McNutt’s ‘Should artists write?’ online workshop at Centre for Contemporary Art Derry – Londonderry in January 2021. ‘How is one to give a name to what he is still searching for? To assign the naming word is after all, what constitutes finding’1 I am thinking aboutContinue reading “I’m thinking about time – by Sarah Long”

Plotting Places and Practice – by Ellen O’ Connor

Plotting places and practice                               By Ellen O’Connor This text is an exercise in shaping words around my practice as a young Irish artist who moved away to a big city! An untangling so to speak, as moving away has hugely moulded my practice since leaving art college in Ireland. Without these moments of exploration myContinue reading “Plotting Places and Practice – by Ellen O’ Connor”

Tuuli: Broken windows whistle with reverie by Artem Trofimenko

Artist Artem Trofimenko shares with us an insight into his current practice, with writing and a photographic sequence from his upcoming photography book Tuuli (broken windows, whistle with reverie.) Artem Trofimenko was born in Belorechensk, Kasnodarski krai, Russia in 1995.He graduated from Crawford College of Art and Design in 2018. He is currently living inContinue reading “Tuuli: Broken windows whistle with reverie by Artem Trofimenko”

Kate McSharry responds to the exhibition ‘Beasts’ by Katrīna Tračuma

Response to Katrīna Tračuma’s Beasts 20211 written by Kate McSharry, May 2021. Which beasts are more equal than others?2 Captured in flight, fight, and others lazing still for a portrait. I’m having a peek in at one after their 14-hour working day, flopping on its back like we do after going through the motions.  WhoContinue reading “Kate McSharry responds to the exhibition ‘Beasts’ by Katrīna Tračuma”

‘Through the Looking-glass’ – a response to the exhibition ‘Half Way To Falling’ by the Just City Collective led by Kate O’Shea. Text by Sarah Long

Through the Looking-Glass Faces pressed up against the glass, my friends and I breathed our desire out onto the window. My nose was smooshed, hard against the cold pane, in an effort to absorb all the colour and life in the room. Looking through the glass, the exhibition Half Way To Falling, appeared as aContinue reading “‘Through the Looking-glass’ – a response to the exhibition ‘Half Way To Falling’ by the Just City Collective led by Kate O’Shea. Text by Sarah Long”

Interview with Pascal Ungerer.

Pascal Ungerer is a visual artist from and currently based in Cork. He completed his B.A. in Fine Art in Crawford College of Art and Design, and completed his Masters in Fine Art at Goldsmiths University London. He primarily works with paint and has a background with lens based media. He recently completed a residencyContinue reading “Interview with Pascal Ungerer.”

Interview with Peter Nash by Sarah Long

Peter Nash is a multi-disciplinary artist currently based in Cork city. He is a studio member of The Backwater Artist Group and Cork Printmakers. Nash’s work is widely exhibited throughout Ireland and the UK and is held in private and public collections in Ireland, the UK and US. Visit: peternash.org and Instagram @peter__nash Your workContinue reading “Interview with Peter Nash by Sarah Long”

Laggard – Text by Lily O’Shea taken from a passive house (2020) – research and publication initiated by Cork-based curator Ali O’Shea.

Text by Lily O’Shea taken from a passive house (2020) – research and publication initiated by Cork-based curator Ali O’Shea. a passive house Fiona Kelly, Dori O’Connell, Mary O’Leary and Lily O’Shea, research and publication initiated by Ali O’Shea, Cork, Ireland, 2020. This publication is the first iteration from a passive house. A passive houseContinue reading “Laggard – Text by Lily O’Shea taken from a passive house (2020) – research and publication initiated by Cork-based curator Ali O’Shea.”

COM,MA, MA:AP Show Response

The Masters of Art & Process at Crawford College of Art & Design 2020 ran between the 14-17th of December and included 9 artists; Catarina Araújo, Padraic Barrett, Deirdre Breen, Aoife Claffey, Seán Daly, Joseph Fogarty, Inguna Mainule, Kate McElroy and Ida Mitrani. Their exhibition had to contend with restrictions so unfortunately it was openContinue reading “COM,MA, MA:AP Show Response”