A Conversation with Brian Teeling / performance by STASIS

Friday 26 April
Brian Teeling / South-End / Shower-Time / 2018 / 75 x 50cm / Archival print / Courtesy the artist. | A Conversation with Brian Teeling / performance by STASIS | Friday 26 April  | IMMA

A Conversation with Brian Teeling, followed by a performance by STASIS • A Vague Anxiety Talk Series

IMMA is delighted to present a talk by Dublin-born artist Brian Teeling and IMMA Curator, Seán Kissane, who will discuss the artist’s recent photographic projects, presented in A Vague Anxiety. This conversation looks at the ways personal narratives inform Teeling’s ongoing work, in addressing themes of queer, masculine and working class identities, the digitisation of intimacy and the housing crisis.

Talk attendees are invited to join the outdoor procession performance Best Of Best Of by STASIS at 19:00.

Please note places are limited for the talk. Tickets are free with a complimentary drink but booking is essential. A Vague Anxiety remains open until 18.00 to view prior to the talk. 

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Upcoming Events

STASIS / Best Of Best Of 
Fri 26 April / 19.00 / Free
Explores the objectification of feelings through the performing body.

Upcoming Talk
Dr El Putnam

Wed 1 May / 18.30 / Free
Draws on works in the Freud Project exhibition, Gaze, to discuss the performing body.

Image: Brian Teeling / South-EndShower-Time / 2018 / 75 x 50cm / Archival print / Courtesy the artist.
Friday 26 April
Royal Hospital, Kilmainham
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