Wednesday, May 25, 2011
My 'other studio'
pin board with original artworks by Tao Lin/Megan Boyle : )
+ some polaroids and other bits i need to remember to use
'Straight Edge For Life' + 'Seriously Man'
working titles maybe?
My desk is like my brain
when im bored these are this to do
Monday, May 23, 2011
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or click here
lllayersss (keep on)
lllayersss (1-3), Lambda print on diabond, each 21x29cm
limited edition of 2 with 1 AP
you remind me of a poem I can't remember, to a tune that may never have existed, in a place I'm not sure I've ever been to
26 – 29 May 2011
126 Galway; 1646 The Hague; Basement Project Space Cork;
Block T Dublin; Catalyst Belfast; Monster Truck Dublin; Transition
London; Transmission Glasgow; SOMA Waterford; Wolfart Rotterdam
Occupy Space are proud to
present in_flux, a large scale alternative
art fair exhibition which brings together ten artist-led project
spaces from Ireland and Europe. This temporary hub invites the
public and art practitioners to engaging in a weekend of
performances, screenings, exhibitions, art viewing and dialogue.
This project considers the
model of artist-led spaces, which provide alternative frameworks
for art practices, and represent communities where
‘doing-it-yourself’ and experimentation are key activities.
Artist-led spaces are vital, energetic elements of the visual
art fabric of many cities. This exhibition, consisting of pop-up
galleries from each artist-led space, makes reference to an
non-traditional art-fair format in which non-profit artist-led
spaces present exhibitions rather than commercial galleries
striving to sell work.
From May 26 - 29 in_flux temporarily takes over the
Thomas Street Centre, an 11,000 m2 landmark building in Limerick city centre. The ten
galleries will present their pop-up exhibitions over five
extensive floors, while the top floor will host an e v+ a bookshop and in_flux Salon, a place for discussion,
screenings and talks.
in_flux brings to Limerick a exciting
sample of diverse contemporary art practices from some of the
most interesting artist-led spaces in Ireland and Europe. This
project initiates a collaboration between grass-roots art spaces
of similar orientations, with the intention of creating new
opportunities for artists locally, nationally and
internationally, while promoting the strength of visual culture
A series of events will
accompany the exhibition programme including VideoGram, 10 x10
Pecha Kucha, artist talks and visits to local studios. in_flux is partnering with Limerick
City Gallery of Art and e v+ a to present Double Act, a series of conversations,
screenings and reflections on the collaborative process with
guest appearances by a number of interesting artists, curators
and other creative types. Double Act Programme will take place in the in_flux Salon from May 26 - 28. Full
details to be announced on the LCGA website www.gallery.limerick.ie
LCGA has also extended the run
of How Capital Moves a new body of work by artist
duo Kennedy Browne, curated by Annette Moloney, to coincide with
in_flux. Originally commissioned for
the Lodz biennale Poland 2010 the work is partly a response to a
computer factory relocating to Łódź in Poland from Limerick,
Ireland. Open at Istabraq Hall, Merchant’s Quay, Limerick 9.30
- 5.30 throughout in_flux.
Concurrent to in_flux Occupy Space presents an
exhibition which considers human obsession with the end of the
Apocalypse presents work
by Beagles & Ramsay, Baldvin Ringsted, Sam Dargan and Alan
Mongey, responding in different ways to our fixation with the
apocalypse. Open1 - 5pm, Wednesday to Saturday.
in_flux launches on Thursday 26 May
at 7pm in Occupy Space.
Friday, May 13, 2011
From ¡Bemsha Swing!
this amused me so im reposting it
"Mayhew's fallacy* is the idea that everyone, if sufficiently exposed to the excellent sort of poetry that I prefer, would prefer it to the less adeptly poetry they now prefer. If you like Kenny G., you probably just have not heard enough Coltrane. In other words, it's the Kantian universalization of my own individual preferences. Other people probably do this too, so even calling it "Mayhew's Fallacy" is a fallacy, but I think I am particularly good at it, or bad, if you prefer. First of all, I really do have better taste than almost anyone else,** and am much more stubborn about admitting that Mayhew's Fallacy really is a fallacy. In other words, I know "objectively" that what I am doing is an illegitimate projection of my own ideas onto everyone else, but I still cannot help doing it.
In my defense I can say a few things. I don't really have the power of coming over to your house and imposing my taste on you. The writing that emerges from "Mayhew's Fallacy" is lively and provocative. Finally, I really am smarter than you and you could learn a lot from me.***
*The coiner of the term "Mayhew's fallacy" was the poet Tony Tost, if I remember correctly.
**Tongue in cheek.
***Again, mostly tongue in cheek. If you are reading this blog you are probably extremely smart already. Just sharing my interests puts you in that elite category, right?
'can ya see what it is yet?' as the great man would say.
so far ive listed to Marina Rosenfeld's Plastic Materials
& Death In June's The World That Summer
one more album and i should be done : )
i should say that i hate easels
but its all ive got right now.