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what / paul hallahan

steambox gallery, school street, dublin 8

opening reception march 13, 6-8pm

march 14 – 30 , 2014

opening times : tuesday – sunday 12pm – 5pm

supported by tiger beer

 

what lives, what grows, what learns, what fails, what if, what does, what looks, what sees, what feels, what can, what will, what cares, what pains, what loves, what hates, what plays, what fights, what climbs, what rests, what drinks, what talks, what eats, what works, what moves, what shits, what hears, what says, what ignores, what fucks, what shouts, what falls, what hurts, what runs, what stays, what destroys, what will, what builds, what feels, what withers, what dies.

paul hallahan is an artist based in kildare. he has just completed his term on the broadstone invited artists project, which comprised of two curated and invited exhibitions, a lamb lies downfuckier, shittier, pissier (stick up fir tree, irishise) and a live gig by martin creed. he set up soma contemporary in waterford city and ran it between 2009 and 2012. he has shown his work both nationally and internationally. his works look to and take from any and all aspects of the world from what he sees around him to things learnt and moves through many mediums.

 

Welcome

steambox is a research centre for Studies in Technological and Electronic Arts and Media, developed by the Irish Museum of Contemporary Art.  It is IMOCA’s first fully independent facility.

Having smaller, multiple galleries throughout the city is not a unique practice for a museum, but we feel it is the most appropriate and will be the most successful for Dublin.

Several collaborations under development with other institutes will hopefully roll out this year and be housed in steambox.

steambox houses two galleries- the main hall [approx. 7.5 x 40.5 m] and the project gallery [7.5 x 10m].

Welcome

steambox is a research centre for Studies in Technological and Electronic Arts and Media, developed by the Irish Museum of Contemporary Art.  It is IMOCA’s first fully independent facility.

Having smaller, multiple galleries throughout the city is not a unique practice for a museum, but we feel it is the most appropriate and will be the most successful for Dublin.

Several collaborations under development with other institutes will hopefully roll out this year and be housed in steambox.

steambox houses two galleries- the main hall [approx. 7.5 x 40.5 m] and the project gallery [7.5 x 10m].

Welcome

steambox is a research centre for Studies in Technological and Electronic Arts and Media, developed by the Irish Museum of Contemporary Art.  It is IMOCA’s first fully independent facility.

Having smaller, multiple galleries throughout the city is not a unique practice for a museum, but we feel it is the most appropriate and will be the most successful for Dublin.

Several collaborations under development with other institutes will hopefully roll out this year and be housed in steambox.

steambox houses two galleries- the main hall [approx. 7.5 x 40.5 m] and the project gallery [7.5 x 10m].

Welcome

steambox is a research centre for Studies in Technological and Electronic Arts and Media, developed by the Irish Museum of Contemporary Art.  It is IMOCA’s first fully independent facility.

Having smaller, multiple galleries throughout the city is not a unique practice for a museum, but we feel it is the most appropriate and will be the most successful for Dublin.

Several collaborations under development with other institutes will hopefully roll out this year and be housed in steambox.

steambox houses two galleries- the main hall [approx. 7.5 x 40.5 m] and the project gallery [7.5 x 10m].

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