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Alastair MacLennan – a visit to his studio at Noon of 10th April 2018

On his kind invitation  we met in front of the Flax Art. The lift was made dysfunctional by someone not heading the printed advice to close both gates when leaving. MacLennan’s  studio has almost Corbusier inspired  ribbon windows  on two … Continue reading


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Bbeyond at Ulster Museum, Belfast, 12th March 2016

  They called it INTER-BEING, durational performances. Here, on the steps, ascending, Dorothea Serror carries a silver head box, and,  Linda Montano holds a  silver bucket  before descending and getting out of the building, to light a fire of sorts. … Continue reading

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This is not reviewing an exhibition.  I have been grounded for a while by life away from art,  and this essay is not a palimpsest, it has no force to change anything and to show evidence of that change.  It … Continue reading

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Angelo Garoglio

Born  1951 in Milan, Garoglio lives in Turin, where he met and collaborated with Mutus Liber. In 1986, Brian Kennedy invited them all to Northern Ireland and Danny McCarthy arranged for their work to be seen in Cork. Garoglio contributed … Continue reading

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