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27th January 2012 – 24th March 2012

11am - 8pm

ADDRESS

Project Arts Centre, 39 East Essex Street, Temple Bar, Dublin 2

CONTACT

+353 1 881 9613

WEB

www.projectartscentre.ie

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Exhibition: Mikala Dwyer

‘An exploded and bewitched house with a floating roof’ – this is how Australian artist Mikala Dwyer describes her solo exhibition, an exhibition that marks the first time her work will be shown in Ireland.

Dwyer ascribes deep symbolic meaning to the objects and artifacts she works with, evoking them as spiritual signifiers and using them to herald a community. A significant Australasian artist, Dwyer’s art work is increasingly relevant to a younger generation of artists who have emerged in Dublin in recent years. The installation will include a variation on one of her most recognizable and personal circle accumulations of sculptures, as well as an actual floating ceiling.

 

Exhibition: Mikala Dwyer

27th January 2012 – 24th March 2012

11am - 8pm

ADDRESS

Project Arts Centre, 39 East Essex Street, Temple Bar, Dublin 2

CONTACT

+353 1 881 9613

WEB

www.projectartscentre.ie

Share

‘An exploded and bewitched house with a floating roof’ – this is how Australian artist Mikala Dwyer describes her solo exhibition, an exhibition that marks the first time her work will be shown in Ireland.

Dwyer ascribes deep symbolic meaning to the objects and artifacts she works with, evoking them as spiritual signifiers and using them to herald a community. A significant Australasian artist, Dwyer’s art work is increasingly relevant to a younger generation of artists who have emerged in Dublin in recent years. The installation will include a variation on one of her most recognizable and personal circle accumulations of sculptures, as well as an actual floating ceiling.

 

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