Liliane Puthod showing in a group exhibition at The Complex in Dublin - "Display, Link and Cure"
RICHARD PROFFITT / SIBYL MONTAGUE
GLENN FITZGERALD / LILIANE PUTHOD
Display, Link, and Cure
13 - 26 September
Display, Link and Cure is inspired by the Ground Floor Gallery’s new location adjacent to the old Victorian Fruit Market in Dublin 7. The exhibition aims to acknowledge the unique historic nature of this area of the city, and explore themes relating to it.
For over a decade,the space contained banana ripening chambers for Smyths &Co. The gallery will act in similar vein, nurturing and providing a space for Dublin’s visual culture. Artists’ works contemplate the nature of impermanence and perishability.
The works will be presented in a temporary, ‘display-like’ way to pay homage to the gallery’s surroundings and to foster conversation about the state of Dublin’s visual culture at present, in which many spaces seem to have short expiry dates. The exhibition will provide a setting for the artists’ works to live collaboratively, utilising the exhibition as medium.