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Vernissage Niamh McCann

  • Thursday 2 February
  • 6.30pm-8pm

Admission free

Drinks and Foodtruck in the courtyard - Burger Boss

Multimedia library open all evening

Book tickets for the talk

This new multimedia body of work responds to the 100th anniversary of a North-South border being established on the island of Ireland. Metaphorically mining the deep seams of colonialist atrocities and plundering, Hairline Crack [a dialogue] combines sculpture, collage and video to question the vestiges of dominant power structures. Niamh McCann cuts through well-devised spectacles to subvert landscapes, material histories as well as the long dominion humans have held over beasts and place. She playfully invites us to reconsider the stories we think we know.

Exhibition presented in collaboration with the Wilhelm-Hack-Museum (Ludwigshafen, Germany)

Conversation with Niamh McCann at 5.30pm on the evening of the opening, Thursday 2 February.