I. i) 1. One can work within any structure. ii) 2. Once one can work within any structure, some structures are more efficient than others. iii) 3. There is no one structure which is universally appropriate. iv) 4. Commitment to an aim within an inappropriate structure will give rise to the creation of an appropriate… Continue reading Robert Fripp on Structures.
“Whether Nick Cave’s efforts qualify as fashion, body art or sculpture…they fall squarely under the heading of Must Be Seen to Be Believed.” Roberta Smith, The New York Times Nick Cave: Meet Me at the Center of the Earth, until May 30, 2010 at the Fowler Museum, UCLA, USA. —is the largest presentation of work by… Continue reading Nick Cave: Meet Me at the Center of the Earth
March 11, 2010: Speech at Italian Parliament by Lawrence Lessig hosted by President of the Parliament, titled “Internet is Freedom”. A new frame to a central theme. These presentations by Lawrence Lessig on Free Culture, corruption, Net Neutrality, privacy, cyberlaw, copyright, RESPONSIBILITY and Democratic politics, should be seen by every Modern mind. And every Modern… Continue reading Lawrence Lessig on Culture, Freedom and Responsibility.
Opening: Thursday 11 February at 6:30pm 12 February – 10 April Admission free To launch the celebrations of the 50th anniversary of the Alliance Française in Dublin, a collection of acclaimed work by the important Irish artist Seán Hillen will be shown for the first time in Dublin since the 1990’s. Best known for his… Continue reading ‘Return to Irelantis’, by Sean Hillen
Art History Poster by Vuk Vidor By the way, ‘Duchamp owns everything’. Love0
The Third & The Seventh from Alex Roman on Vimeo. Love0
Opening: November 25, 6.30pm. Exhibition continues until January 24 2010. The Gallery of Photography is proud to present the premiere showing of a new body of work by Jackie Nickerson, one of the foremost photographic artists working today. In ‘Ten Miles Round’, Jackie Nickerson (Winner of the AIB Prize) explores the predominately rural community around her… Continue reading ‘Ten Miles Round’ by Jackie Nickerson
Henry Jenkins is the director, Comparative Media Studies Program at MIT. In this viral-info-snack he discusses the power of media in a 21 century trans-mediated world. A world where converging technologies and cultures give rise to a new media landscape. Love0
Coming this Autumn, a magnificent exhibition that will bring to Dublin a taste of the old New York photographed by some big names like Cindy Sherman, Diane Arbus, Berenice Abbot, Alfred Stieglitz, and more. It will be at IMMA from the 25 Nov 2009 to the 07 Feb 2010. Picturing New York comprises 150 masterworks from the photographic… Continue reading Picturing NY: Photographs from The Museum of Modern Art
Exciting new work by emerging and established Irish photographers will be displayed at this year’s Photo Rencontres in Arles, France, the biggest event of the international photography calendar. Supported by the Arts Council and Culture Ireland, the Gallery of Photography is presenting an exciting showcase of Irish photographic talent at the International Photo Rencontres in… Continue reading International Exposure for Irish Photographers