- Thursday 9 November 2023
- From 6.30pm to 9pm
- Admission free
Food on sale by the foodtruck Burger Boss for the opening
Reservation recommended for the talk
The CCI is delighted to present LACUNA (2016-2022) a multi-faceted exhibition by Kate Nolan that considers the physical and psychological impact of partition on young people of the Irish borderlands.
At 5.30pm on the opening evening, Kate Nolan is in conversation with the curator of the exhibition, Natasha Christia and Dr. Orla Fitzpatrick.
> Admission free, reservation recommended - in English
Until 8pm, artist in residence Susan Hughes presents her work during an informal ‘open studio’.
Photographer Roseanne Lynch also launches her new publication GRAMMAR this evening. Shaped by her residency at The Bauhaus Foundation, her images respond to the teachings of the Vorkurs where students were asked to learn the ‘grammar’ of their materials
From 8pm, electro duo The Cope keeps us in the afterparty vibe with their audio-visual creations.
Rated 'Hot for 2023' by Hot Press magazine, the duo David Anthony Curley and Joe Furlong are among the most creative voices in Irish electro. Both well known in the music industry - Joe is a Berlin-based bassist and musical director and David a Dublin-based bassist and producer - they infuse their tracks with their vast experience of alternative and indie music. These fully-fledged artists first came to prominence in the summer of 2022 with a debut single, 'True Romance', and the film that accompanied it. This was followed by a eponymous EP at the end of the year, featuring the hypnotic and powerful 'End of Time'. Each of their tracks is a project in its own right, combining electro sounds, dance and video. A cinematic universe, as uplifting as it is danceable, that they'll be sharing with us tonight...