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Recent projects include the graphics for a Group Show at The School of Creative Arts, IADT, Dublin
entitled
"Size doesn't matter, it's how you use it":






PRESS RELEASE

An exhibition at IADT, Dun Laoghaire, Dublin, 30 November – 3 December 2009

"Size doesn’t matter it’s how you use it, is a group exhibition which playfully works with the issues of size, scale and hanging of contemporary artworks. The exhibition is an exercise in curatorial practice aimed at bringing together works of different scales and media to highlight issues regarding the use of space within a contemporary gallery setting. Through discussion and debate this group of emerging artists attempted to break away from a ‘neutral’ display of work, bursting the self-constructed bubble around artworks. How much wall space should an individual work be allocated? Do large scale works merit more space or can they impose on each other to create a dialogue? Small scale works can still command attention. The location of a work in a gallery context can reinforce the concept of the work."

Exhibiting Artists: Adam Gibney, Ann Minehane, Aisling Bolger, Cormac Murray, Emma Coen, Gina Forde, Jamie Crosbie, Leah Hewson, Lucy Murphy, Blaithin Quinn, Kevin Doran and Fergal Dunne.