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Placed ~ Photography Exhibition

Placed Photography Exhibition

Hey guys, I’m delighted to share the details of my first photography exhibition with you.  Over the last few months I’ve been taking part in a Concept to Exhibition group led by visual artist Sinead McDonald, in Dublin hackerspace TOG.  It will culminate in a group show at the end of April, which I’m proud to be a part of.

I’ve learned a lot from the group, and used the opportunity to figure out the process of photo encaustic work, the technique of applying wax to photo prints.  So my work in the show won’t be quite like what you see here on my blog, but I hope that what I’ve learned will result in something beautiful.

Here’s some more detail on the show, and a link to the Facebook page for event details if you’d like to come see it :)

Place – Dictionary.com

– a particular portion of space, whether of definite or indefinite extent.

– space in general: time and place.

– the specific portion of space normally occupied by anything

– a space, area, or spot, set apart or used for a particular purpose

– any part or spot in a body or surface- to put in the proper position or order

Placed presents work from members of the Tog Dublin Hackerspace concept to exhibition group. Led by visual artist Sinead McDonald, the course offers an opportunity for creative members of the public to engage with each other on a critical level over the course of 10 weeks, working through concepts and methodology, editing down images, post production, printing / framing / installation-based techniques etc, and culminating in a city centre gallery exhibition.

Placed will open on Friday 25th of April, 7-9pm at Hendrons Collider (see map), and will run Sat 26th and Sun 27th 12-6pm

Featuring work from the TOG concept to exhibition group:

Gary Cooke, Jane Friel, Olga Klimovich, Sinead McDonald, Tracy O’Brien, Eadaoin Ryan and JJ Worrall.

Map to the Gallery: http://bit.ly/1fgfk4d

Gallery Website: http://hendronscollider.com/

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