Lismore Castle Arts (@lismorecastlearts)
We are delighted announce our exhibition programme for St Carthage Hall for 2018.
Exhibitions include Maeve Brennan, Juneau Projects, a group exhibition in collaboration with Askeaton Contemporary Arts, Kevin Atherton, a group exhibition looking at surveillance and data capture, and also the dark internet. Juneau Projects: A Space For Lismore. January To April 2018
For 2018 we have invited Juneau Projects (Phil Duckworth and Ben Sadler) to work in Lismore, working in different ways with the idea of the local, folk, community and collaboration. The artists will visit Lismore several times over the project and will use St Carthage Hall as their base for the project.
Maeve Brennan: The Drift: 14 April – 20 May
The film is produced by Chisenhale Gallery, London and Spike Island, Bristol and commissioned by Chisenhale Gallery; Spike Island; The Whitworth, The University of Manchester; and Lismore Castle Arts, Lismore. When Facts Don’t Matter. Group exhibition, 26 May – 8 July
A group exhibition about surveillance and how artists are responding to new media, data capture and the dark internet. Artists tba.
The Expanded Field. Group exhibition in collaboration with Askeaton Contemporary Arts.
14 July – 26 August
Askeaton Contemporary Arts and Lismore Castle Arts present ‘The Expanded Field’, with artists Stuart Whipps, The Centre for Land Use Interpretation, The Domestic Godless, Olivia Plender, Superfolk and Filip Van Dingenen.
Origins – graduate solo award. 8 September – 14 October.
Lismore Castle Arts is delighted to present ORIGINS, selected from the 2018 undergraduate shows across Ireland.
Kevin Atherton, 27 October – 25 November 2018
For St Carthage Hall, Atherton will take one of his most public pieces, Cathedral, at the Forest of Dean, and present a new work based on the piece in the former Victorian church hall in Lismore.
St Carthage Hall is the project space of Lismore Castle Arts.