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When art and nature connect: UCC's latest exhibition - Irish Examiner - Barbara Knezevic - David Beattie

The latest exhibition at the Glucksman in UCC is themed around the concept of circadian rhythms, writes Ellie O’Byrne

Outside the Glucksman, in the grounds of UCC, a curious clock is on display. 

The minute hand and hour hand progress in the usual fashion, and keep time accurately, but it may take a while for an observer to realise that they’re looking at a video: An aerial view of two figures, ceaselessly sweeping the lines of debris that form the clock’s hands into their new positions. They’re keeping time with their endless work.

This is a video installation called the Sweeper’s Clock, by Dutch artist Maarten Baas. Inside the museum, the other pieces of art in the current exhibition all have a similar theme. All are chosen with the express purpose of making us consider a curious miracle of nature that governs all life on earth.

From plants to bacteria to people, all organisms are intrinsically linked to Earth’s daily 24-hour cycle,rhythmic patterns of activity known as circadian rhythms.

Dublin-based sculptor Barbara Knezevic’s large installation may at first seem static but is laden with reminders of the passage of time; plants live and die, giant candle sculptures slowly burn for the duration of the exhibition, and sea water evaporates in her piece, Exquisite Tempo Sector.

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David Beattie and Barbara Knezevic - Circadian Rhythms: Contemporary art and biological time - Glucksman Gallery Cork

Circadian Rhythms: 

Contemporary art and biological time

Maarten Baas, David Beattie, Suki Chan, Tehching Hsieh, Jitish Kallat, Caoimhe Kilfeather, Barbara Knezevic, Michael Landy, Rivane Neuenschwander, Michael John Whela

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Five best art exhibitions to see this week - Irish Times - Sat, Jul 27, 2019

and it was raining out of a low sky
Paul Hallahan and Lee Welch. Sternview Gallery, 26 Marlboro St, Cork
The second iteration of Hallahan and Welch’s two-person project, with an element of dynamic interaction, featuring recent paintings.

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"and it was raining out of a low sky" – Paul Hallahan & Lee Welch – Sternview Gallery, Cork, July 20th - Sept 2nd

and it was raining out of a low sky

Paul Hallahan & Lee Welch

Sternview Gallery, 26 Marlboro Street, Cork
Exhibition runs: Sunday 21st July – Monday 2nd September 2019

and it was raining out of a low sky is the second iteration of Paul Hallahan and Lee Welch’s two-person exhibition of recent paintings. These works look to Utopia and the end of perceived history, adopting very different approaches to the theme. They pose questions as to how we see the world and include a combination of abstracted landscapes and figurative based paintings. The exhibition also includes a collaboration work the artists jointly made for the exhibition.

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BINGO! / Berlin Opticians Gallery in the City Assembly House / 5-9 June 2019

BINGO! marks the second manifestation of the Berlin Opticians Gallery in a physical space. For this iteration, the Gallery inhabits the stunning octagonal Exhibition Room in the City Assembly House, following the inaugural exhibition in the semi-domestic interiors of Merrion Square last year.

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LIVE COLLISION Festival in collaboration with BERLIN Opticians Gallery

LIVE COLLISION, Ireland's Leading Live Art Festival, Announces Its 10th Edition highlights include; the Opening Event No Feeling Is Final, created in partnership with Dublin's newest contemporary Art Gallery, Berlin Opticians Gallery. No Feeling Is Final is an interdisciplinary piece using two new paintings by Lee Welch, created especially for LCIF2019, and existing sculptural artworks by Liliane Puthod, to make an exciting installation space which Lee Welch will perform within.

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Paul Hallahan and Lee Welch / and the tide was way out / 3 February-31 March 2019 / Municipal Gallery, dlr Lexicon, Dun Laoghaire

Paul Hallahan and Lee Welch will launch an exhibition this coming weekend at the Municipal Gallery, dlr Lexicon, Dun Laoghaire titled “and the tide was way out”.  3 February-31 March 2019

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Lee Welch selected for Periodical Review #8 

Lee Welch has been selected as one of this years artists in the annual Periodical Review at Pallas Projects

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