A4 Sounds Exhibition: Locale #2

8th – 18th Nov | A4 Sounds Gallery
A4 Members’ & Neighbours’ Show 2018

A little over two month’s ago I joined A4 Sounds Studios, where I have been making work and writing poetry since, and have been thoroughly enjoying the fruitful and reinvigorating journey so far. Next month A4 are hosting their annual member’s exhibition, in which I will have a handmade mixed media poetry zine on display.

About the Exhibition

Locale #2 is the second in a series of exhibitions responding to the local area and home of the A4 Sounds Studios. A4’s locale is North Inner-City Dublin, specifically Dorset Street and its surrounding streets. This exhibition is the continuation of a conversation between our members, our neighbours and the local area.

Locale #2 started with a walking tour led by local historian and our neighbour John Seery. Together our members and neighbours walked the immediate streets of St Joseph’s Parade, Frederick Street North, Hardwick Street, Temple Street and Eccles Street sharing stories, learning more about our local history and discussing current political issues including the housing crisis and those responding to it with direct actions.

Time to be Home is a selection of work by 17 studio members, 4 neighbours, and 1 anonymous work submitted to us. The show looks at the landscape of our home through architecture, information, migration, identity and politics both structural and social.

The Artists

Claire Burke | The Fabric of Society | Print
Danny Brennan | Grapha Mundi | New Media
Eoin Whelehan | Transition and Gutters | Illustration
Vivienne Molloy | Honeycomb | Embroidered Textiles
Aoife Balfe | Living in the Shadow of Elder’s Bones | Illustration
Sophia Tamburrini | Spectres | Photography
Lucy Peters | Downward spiral | Sculpture / Mixed Media
Guillaume Combal | One Step at a Time | Photography / Installation
Sophie Iremonger | The Findlater Every day Tear-away planner | Paint / Illustration
Claudine Chen | Where do I belong? | Video
Sara Serpilli | Conquistadores | Photography
River Champion | Rescue Me | Sculpture / Performance
Jess Mc Kinney | Home is Where We Are Together | Poetry / Art Zine
Anonymous | JMDefaux | Intervention / Documentation
James Delaney & Megan Scott | Works 1-2 | Intervention / Sculpture
Siobhan Clancy, Ann Kinsella & Brian Kinsella | Episodes 1|  Engaged Work with Public
Siobhan Clancy | Episodes 2-4 | Sculpture, Sound Art, Engaged Work with Public
Phil & Henk | Episode 5 Community Walk – James Joyce Trail

Exhibition Opening
Thursday 8th Nov
7pm – 10pm
Drinks Reception: Hot Apple Juice with/without Brandy
As a nod to our local apples trees found on Berkley Road.

Episode 1: Knowledge is Heavy: An Interpretation of Locale #2 by our Neighbours
Exhibition Tour
Saturday 10th Nov
2pm – 4pm
Free Admission

Siobhan Clancy has collaborated with Ann and Brian Kinsella to create a tour that shares insights on the exhibiting artist’s motivations behind their work and invites the audience to discuss their own interpretations. It is an experiment in engaged critique and interpretive exchange.

Episode 3: If You Thought This Was A Quiet Revolution, You Weren’t Fucking Listening!
Sound Piece & Sceen-printing Workshop
Saturday 17th Nov
Workshop: 2pm – 5pm
Workshop Fee: Suggested donation €4

Episode 3 will be fill the gallery for the duration of Saturday 17th between 1pm and 6pm.
Visitors are also invited to welcome pull your own print on the day between 2pm and 5pm.
Episode 3 can be listened to on headphones for the duration of the show.

Bring a high vis, Repeal Jumper or any garment you would like to print on. Limited prints and garments available to purchase from the A4 Sounds Studio Shop from 8th November 2018

Episode 4:Loud Dark Iron
Engaged Work with Public
Sunday 18th Nov
12pm – 8pm

The artist invites our present day neighbours to commemorate the sound of Francis Johnston’s private bells. Drop in anytime from 1pm to activate ‘Loud Dark Iron’. This event coincides with our community walk. Those walking with join the Loud Dark Iron from 6pm to mark the end of the exhibition.

Episode 5: 4th Int. Christmas Walk Dublin | James Joyce Trail
Sunday 18th Nov
Meeting: 10:30m
Strict Start: 11am
Fee: €1.25 Members // €1.75 Non-Members

Distance: Approx 10-15km
Information: henk@linderadvies.nl

Detailed route descriptions are provided on the day. 
The walk will take place whatever the weather, so wrap up warm or bring a raincoat!

General Opening Hours
Fri : 12pm – 6pm
Sat: 1pm – 6pm
Sun: 1pm – 4pm

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