Mel Brimfield: Quantum Foam
For one day only, Thursday 11 December, The LAB will host a series of films by critically acclaimed UK artist Mel Brimfield.
At 6pm we’ll take a break from the screening for audiences to enjoy a conversation between the artist and Francis Halsall, critic and academic. This is a rare opportunity to see Mel Brimfield’s new work, Quantum Foam, commissioned by Kinsale Arts Festival.
For more information see quantumfoam.ie/
Other Local Events on 11 December
With the release of his 3rd full-length album finally in sight, experimental musician Rory Grubb takes some time to explore the lavish sound of his very own
Electric Ceramophone – a huge, custom-made percussion instrument. Evocative, visceral and often dark, Grubb’s hallmark layering style takes the audience with him on a unique and textural sound journey.
Ceramophone Performance Video: www.youtube.com/watch?v=EpWz61ghJGA
The Grand Scheme
Exhibition by Vera Klute will be open until 8pm
This exhibition includes new work by Dublin based artist Vera Klute including kinetic sculptures, a 5m high video projection, tapestry and drawing. Themes are inspired by everyday life and utilize familiar objects and imagery. The artist looks at how we perceive the outside world and our place in it, and sees the individual as displaced in its own habitat. Like a natural scientist the artist is attempting to make sense of an often absurd everyday life with its cycles, routines and habits.
PERSONA: Susan Connolly | Maggie Madden
Artists Susan Connolly and Maggie Madden examine the relationship of the aesthetic subject and the idea of ‘exhibition’.
ArtBox, Unit 3 James Joyce Street, Dublin 1
Lobby [Part I] is the first part in a two-part installation by Tamsin Snow and Sarah Tynan who work collaboratively and explore the relationship between art, architecture and design, constructing large scale built environments in order to raise questions about the political and ideological underpinnings of architecture and social spaces .
Oonagh Young Gallery, 1 James Joyce Street, Dublin 1