Temple Bar Gallery and Studios, Dublin
11 May–10 July 2021
Group exhibition featuring Michele Horrigan, Catriona Leahy, Laurie Robins, Libita Sibungu
This exhibition unsettles historical, political, cultural, archaeological, industrial, and agricultural narratives from a local to global scale. Often relating to the land and landscape (what it is formed of, who controls it, who can access it, what is its value), the four artists, Michele Horrigan, Catriona Leahy, Laurie Robins, Libita Sibungu expose faults in the terrain, and in the systems and structures that preside over it… The invited artists work collaboratively with researchers, writers, musicians, publishers, and activists, emphasising the importance of collective action in response to deep-rooted structural opposition. See more.
Images: Michele Horrigan, Stigma Damages (2011–): Chester Kingsley, Manager Secretary, Aluminum Alcoa Wenatchee, Washington (pictured on the left), prospecting in 1951; Stigma Damages: Alcan promotional brochure, c. 1978