The Postcard Show 

Opens 01 December 7pm
Runs until 22 December

Sirius Arts Centre
The Old Yacht Club
Co. Cork

+353 (0) 21 481 3790 

Coming All Together

Zur Eröffnung am Donnerstag den 10.11.2016 um 19 Uhr laden Wir Sie und Ihre Freunde herzlich ein:

Andreas Exner, Andreas Lorenschat, Andreas Rohrbach, Anja Conrad, Anja Teske, Anny & Sibel Özturk, Bea Emsbach, Caroline Krause, Edwin Schäfer, Erika Krause,En-Joo Shin, Achim Sakic, Allan B. Richmond, Hans Demeulenaere, Hans Petri, Haether Allen, Heike Döscher, Jens Lehmann, Albrecht Wild, Matthias Scholten, Naji Komouche, Nicolaj Dudek, Notburga Karl, Stefanie Trojan, Simonida Rajcevic, Bertram Schüler, Ulrich Becker, Thomas Hartmann, Mustafa Kunt & Özlem Günyol, Jelena Tomasevic, Corinna Mayer, Valentina Stanojev, Xue Liu, Sarah Schoderer, Herberth Warmuth, Il-Jin Atem Choi, Iris Musolf, Julia Charlotte Richter, Jörg Simon, Lionel Röhrscheid, Kathrin Sonntag, Manuel Gorkiewicz, Margit Seiler, Stefan Wieland, Stefan Bressel, Ulrike von der Osten, Dirck Krecker, Marc Nothelfer, Barak Reiser,Susa Templin, Eva Weingärtner, Monika Romstein, Peter Wolf, Ekrem Yalcindag, Declan Rooney, Achim Sakic, Parastou Forouhar, Snezana Golubovic, Emilia Neumann

Galerie Perpétuel
Oppenheimer Str. 39
60594 Frankfurt am Main

Tel. 069 96230415

Curated by Huseyin Sami

27 May 2016, 7pm

Museum of Contemporary Art
140 George Street
The Rocks
Sydney, Australia

New Video... Verklärte Nacht 2016 - yawn, push an Audi down the stairs or vomit a's up to you.

Re-Framing the Domestic in Irish Art
29th April - 2nd August 2014

Lucy Andrews, Aideen Barry, Diana Copperwhite, Maud Cotter, Dorothy Cross, Gerard Dillon, Laura Fitzgerald, Jessica Foley, Fr Jack Hanlon, Siobhan Hapaska, Anthony Haughey,  Brian Hegarty, Grace Henry, Patrick Jolley, Rebecca Trost, Inger Lise Hansen, Mary A. Kelly, John Kindness, Danny Lartigue, Vanessa Donoso Lopez, Maggie Madden, Alice Maher, Locky Morris, Janet Mullarney, William Mulready, Sinead McCann, William McKeown, Isabel Nolan, Abigail O’Brien, Margaret O’Brien, Bea Orpen, William Orpen, Kathy Prendergast, Hilda Roberts, Declan Rooney, Mary Swanzy and Jennifer Trouton.

‘Home is no longer a dwelling but the untold story of a life being lived.’ [1]

There are many kinds of spaces, both physical and metaphysical, that artists play with in their work, and many spaces that we, as humans inhabit. However, perhaps the most familiar space, the one that has been the stimulus for much artistic enquiry, be it visual or otherwise, has been the domestic, or home space, as that is where our earliest and most formative experiences are shaped.

This exhibition takes as its root the domestic in all its simple complexities and contradictions, to ask what facts and fictions the domestic suggests to the artist and viewer today. Beginning with works that allude to the domestic within the Drogheda Municipal Art Collection, these have acted as pinpoints in which to thread contemporary works to create new ways of looking and experiencing the domestic in art and life.

In bringing together three different voices:  Aoife Ruane, the Director of the gallery; Amanda Coogan an artist and Jane Humphries an art historian/writer, their individual concerns have been creatively challenged to renegotiate the preconceived ideas that the domestic presents as a contained, safe, familiar concept. Literally, from discussions around a domestic kitchen table, these three voices have shared their ideas, knowledge and experiences.

The exhibition draws from IMMA’s and the Arts Council’s Collection, as private collections, well as artist’s studios.

[1] John Berger, And Our Faces, My Heart: Brief as Photos. quoted in Humphries. Jane (Re)imagining the domestic in contemporary Irish art p. 74

Highlanes Gallery,
Laurence Street, Drogheda, Louth.
tel: +353419803311 (Contact) , 353419803313 (Fax)

15th - 20th January 2014

Tasman Richardson (CA)
Mike Ballard (U.K.)
Declan Rooney (IRL)
VIP Preview 14th January, 3pm - 6pm
Preview Evening14th January, 6am - 9pm
Public Hours Wed - Thurs. 11am - 9pm, Fri. 11am - 7pm,
Sat. 10am - 7pm, Sun. 10am- 5pm
Business Design Centre
52 Upper Street
London N1 0QH

Index #3
September 2012
Artist Book (Edition of 50)
21.0 x 29.7cm

Thorbjørn Andersen, Jessica Centner, Adam Cruickshank,
Ross Downes, Etage, Finn Ferrier, Kerstin Gnauck, Brent Hallard,
Dionisia Salas Hammer, Rita Hensen,Katka Katerrina, Simone Lanzenstiel,
Chris Lawrence, Simon Linington, Tamara Lorenz, Sean Loughrey,
Robert MacPherson, Rossana Martinez, Janice McNab, Marion Orel,
Richard Orjis, Johan Øvergård, Patrick Pound, Vaclav Pozarek, Hannu Prinz,
Clément Rodzielski, Declan Rooney, Charlie Sofo, Madonna Staunton,
Cédric Teisseire, Klaus-Martin Treder, Marije Vermeulen and John Zinsser


A group exhibition, selected and curated by Matt Packer, Curator of Exhibitions, Lewis Glucksman Gallery and The Black Mariah. 

The exhibition will take place at The Black Mariah between October 21st - Nov 3rd 2012.

Opening 8pm Saturday October 20th 2012

The Black Mariah
2nd Floor
Triskel Cork Ireland

Adverse Collaborations
The Block 
Queensland University of Technology
2 George Street (next to the City Botanic Gardens)
Brisbane QLD 4001 Australia
Curated by inbetweenspaces

Featuring ‘The Knick Knack Piece’ 2011 by The New Spastiks

Opening October 11th 2012 at 6.00pm

Adverse Collaborations explores the ways in which intimate relationships are built, challenged and sustained. It reflects on the creative, political and professional ramifications of compromise, control and trust in relationships. 

The New Spastiks will present their new work ‘Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams’ as part of the Month of Performance Art Berlin 
(48 Hour Performance Art Marathon from 18:00 May 11th to 18:00 May 13th)

New Spastiks 18:45 - 19.00 May 11th 2012
ACUD Kunstverein
Veteranenstraße 21 10119 Berlin Germany

aye - dunkelblau - part one

Gruppenausstellung mit

Andrea Büttner
Sara Christensen
Joerg Hiller
Fox Huysen
Ole Martin Lund Bo
Michaela Melián
Dag Nordbrenden
Jonas Lipps
Solveig Lonseth
Michaela Melián
Dag Nordbrenden
Paul P.
Declan Rooney
Michael E. Smith
Megan Francis Sullivan
True Solvang Vevatne
Philip Wiegars

Invited by Susanne M. Winterling

March 30 – May 5 2012
Opening reception March 29, 7 p.m.

Augustenstrasse 87
D-70197 Stuttgart
T +49.711.69947910
F +49.711.6994720

Next episode in the Drawing Guts series, this one is called ' Flashbacks From Redundant Earth' and it includes some mp4 cameos made by yours truly

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Launch of the publication Words

Publish and Be Damned
Institute of Contemporary Arts

The Mall, SW1Y 5AH

Saturday 17th March 2012 3-6pm

Words is published as part an ongoing project in which 85 Artists were invited to email a text work to Am Nuden Da. The resulting exhibition has been shown at their former project space in East London and at Four Boxes Gallery, Krabbesholm, Denmark. The works have now been compiled into book form and to coincide with the Publish and Be Damned Fair, there will be a reading of the complete publication under the title Session_22_Reading of All Words

The reading will begin at 3pm and last approximately 3 hours.

To purchase the publication online please visit Motto
Words + Untitled is published by Krabbesholm Højskole, Skive, Denmark.
The reading will begin at 3pm and last approximately 3 hours.

VideoBites [03]
6.30 pm
Ackerstraße 18, Berlin Mitte

http://WWW.ELMUR.NET presents a monthly night of experimental videos, clips and moving images in relation to “Everything Else!” Every first tuesday of the month.

“Let the music play” / With Bites by ~ Liv, La Madre del Cordero Films (samuel), Sínoca, uw3, Skills ltd, threepixels, mundusproyect, garbikw, Moli, Malaventura, edin bajric, The New Spastiks, psanch and Ferestec.

JIAAP - Jornadas Internacionales de Arte de Acción del Pumarejo
Video-Actions at the International meeting of Action Art at the Pumarejo
27/ 28/ 29 January 2012
Gallery Weber-Lutgen, C/Fray Diego of Cadiz 9b, 41003 Seville,Spain

Featuring Noa Reshef, Ana Pasadena, Carlos Pina, The New Spastiks and many more:

Dublin Art Book Fair and Magazine Archive
02 December - 04 December 2011

The Dublin Art Book fair is a project that aims to publicise and distribute art books and publications in Dublin.  Over the first weekend in December, The gallery at TBG+S, in the heart of Dublin’s cultural quarter, will become a market fair at which over twenty publishers from Ireland and abroad specialising in art books will be represented. TBG+S invites you to come and browse the extensive range of unique books and publications, which will be for sale.

Publishers taking part in the fair include Allotrope Books, Black Dog Publishing, Afterall, Book Works, Booklyn Artists Alliance, Broken Dimanche Press, Douglas Hyde Gallery, Four Corners Books, Mermaid Turbulence, One Star Press, Road Books, Simon Goode, Sun, Moon and Stars Press, Torpedo Press, Trigger Editions, Lubok Verlag

Readings and talks over the weekend:

Friday 2nd December
Hourly readings by artists from 12- 5pm 

Saturday 3rd December

12.00: Ciaran Walsh: The Reading Room

1.30pm: Matt Packer: Wake Amusements

3.00pm: The Stinging Fly: Literature and magazine publishing.

4.30pm: Creative Ireland: The Visual Arts

Sunday 4th December

1.30pm: Discussion on Book Design with David Joyce

3.00pm: Methods of Distribution

4.30pm: Fiona Fullam; Imaging the Word: A talk on art-writing

Allotrope Press
Issue 3: Limits

Visual Arts Bursary Award 2011

Arts Council Of Ireland / An Chomhairle Ealaíon

Corcadorca Theatre Development Centre
Triskel Cork Ireland
Residency (Part One)
October 3-7 2011

What Is Art?
Kid’s Own Project Butler Gallery
Book Launch Culture Night Sept 23rd 2011
Parade Tower, Kilkenny Castle, Kilkenny

Creative Ireland: The Visual Arts

[Contemporary Visual Art in Ireland 2000 – 2011]

Published by Visual Artists Ireland
Curated / Edited by Noel Kelly and Sean Kissane
Commentaries from Mebh Ruane, Colin Graham, Valerie Connor; Fiona Kearney, Brian Hand and Noel Kelly
September 2011

Creative Ireland: The Visual Arts presents an attractive record of the early 21st century contemporary visual arts in Ireland, with 100 artists who have been selected for their specific contribution to the contemporary arts in the first years of the 21st Century.  Aimed at a general audience, as well as the art connoisseur and enthusiast, each artist is profiled with an iconic example of their practice shown in full colour.  The texts are engaging as they explain Ireland within the context of the early 21st century, and the impact that this has had socially, economically and culturally.

I Am Not A Poet
Total Kunst
Edinburgh Scotland
August 7-21 2011

Silence Is A War
June 2011
Order here:

Drawing Guts 'S Is For Snakes'
Featuring some videowork from mé féin agus An Spastiks Nua
June 2011

An exhibition disguised as a festival about comics, zines and all things illustration
Catalyst Arts Belfast Northern Ireland
April 14th - May 7th 2011

Hilfsaktion für Japan

April 30th 2011 13:00 – 17:00
Japanisch-Deutsches Zentrum Berlin

Compact Discs:

Shields I Remember March 2011 / Celebrate The Sun April 2011 / The Hippie Temptation April 2011 /
GA ME RA May 2011 / White Tara May 2011 / LIGETI September 2011 / Siddhartha November 2011


KP Poetry Journal No.II - How to be A Magician In Your Spare Time
July 2011
Kunstprojects Berlin Germany
Featuring: Are You Meaning Company, Hugo Canilas, James Clarkson, Neil McNally, Scott Rogers, Sarah Rose,
Lotte Lindner & Till Steinbrenner and Tom Prado

Bad Lands / Yer Blues / Fare The Gype
February 2011
Kunstprojects Berlin Germany
Featuring: Donald Brook, Have a Nice Life, James Penha, Billy Cancel, Alex Tarasky, Laila Caron, Lisa Seidman, Ulysses Pascal, Mary Mueller, Byron Coley, Matthew Wascovich, Tim Clarek, Christopher Gray, Richard Prince, Charles Radcliffe, Donald Nicholas-Smith

N.S. Action:

Square Eyes 3 & Direct Action 2011 Festival
Performances On/For/At Video Screenings
Saturday 1st October
11am - 7:30pm DA 2011 screening
7:30pm - 10pm (11pm close) regional work screening
CAZ project space, The Basement, The Exchange, Princes Street, Penzance, England

Préavis de désordre Urbain
5th Annual International Festival of Performance Art

Marseille France
September 19-24 2011

Direct Action 2011
Konnektor Forum für Künste Hannover Germany July 15- 17 2011

Direct Action 2011
Institut fur Alles Mogliche Berlin Germany May 28 - 29 2011

JIAAP - Jornadas Internacionales de Arte de Acción del Pumarejo
Video-Actions at the International meeting of Action Art at the Pumarejo 27/ 28/ 29 January 2011
Gallery Weber-Lutgen Seville Spain

Words + Untitled

Private view Friday 12th November 2010

Exhibition November 12th - 21st 2010

Four Boxes Gallery
Krabbesholm Højskole
Krabbesholm Allé 15
7800 Skive

Words was first realised in 2009 and shown in Am Nuden Da’ s former London space in conjunction with the Los Angeles based journal Material. It was conceived as an exhibition focused on artists’ use of the written word. To coincide with the re-installation of Words at Four Boxes Gallery, Am Nuden Da has curated the exhibition Untitled.

The 13 artists participating in Untitled have responded to a proposition that the works shown here should be chosen on the basis of their status as ‘ Untitled’ . Where Words foregrounds language at the expense of materiality, Untitled performs antithetically by engaging with the physical and visual.

For the Words exhibition 85 artists have been invited to email a ‘ text piece’ to Am Nuden Da who, using a standardised format, have copied and pasted each submission onto a single sheet of A4. All pieces are set in Arial, the default typeface, at point 10 size. This dogmatic method represents an attempt to foreground language ahead of personal style, design, layout and graphic appearance.

The installation of the untitled works offers a contrasting visual and material situation, one where categorising and identifying the artwork takes a paradoxical turn by relying on a linguistic association, that of being unnamed. Throughout the last century the ‘ Untitled’ proposition has become not simply a default mechanism for not assigning a name to a work of art but a recognised methodology, one which this show addresses.

Marcel Duchamp christened the modern title as an “ invisible color,” offering it a name that was simultaneously precise, paradoxical, ironic and impossible.[1]

you must say words, as long as there are any, until they find me, until they say me, strange pain, strange sin, you must go on, perhaps it’ s done already, perhaps they have said me already, perhaps they have carried me to the threshold of my story, before the door that opens on my story, that would surprise me, if it opens, it will be I, it will be the silence, where I am, I don’ t know, I’ ll never know, in the silence you don’ t know, you must go on, I can’ t go on, I’ ll go on.[2]

“ When?” [3]

[1] “Invisible Colors: A Visual History of Titles”, John C. Welchman (Yale University Press, 1997) p. 8

[2] “The Unnamable”, Samuel Beckett

[3] Untitled, 2010, Cally Spooner