Kennedy Browne at Upending, Limerick City Gallery of Art

10 October 2013
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Kennedy Browne, The Special Relationship, still from HD video, 6 minutes, 2013

Kennedy Browne will present new work at as part of the group show Upending – an exhibition of enquiries at Limerick City Gallery of Art. This work is a culmination of Kennedy Browne's participation in the Troubling Ireland Think Tank,  initiated in late 2010 by Danish curatorial collective, Kuratorisk Aktion and commissioned by Fire Station Artists’ Studios. This show has been curated by Helen Carey, Director / Curator of Limerick City Gallery of Art, who also participated in the think tank.


Kennedy Browne are presenting three works: The Special Relationship (2013), Don't Ask, Don't Tell (2013), and Ireland is Good for You* (2011). Responding to an unspecified trauma, this body of work investigates the region as a site of Irish / American mobility and investment, exploring the parallels between the pharmaceutical industry and Shannon airport as a transatlantic stopover.



Upending – an exhibition of enquiries 
Limerick City Gallery of Art (11 Oct – 23 Dec 2013)
in partnership with Fire Station Artists’ Studios

Fire Station Artists’ Studios in partnership with LCGA will host a one-day symposium on Tuesday 12 November in LCGA which will reflect on the theme of Art and Responsibility as well as some of the enquiries emerging form Upending exhibition.

Involves national and international speakers including Galit Eilat (Curator Van Abbemuseum and former director of the Israeli Centre for Digital Art), Tone Olaf Nielsen and Frederikke Hansen from the Danish curatorial Collective Kuratorisk Aktion, Liz Burns (Fire Station Artists’ Studios), Helen Carey (LCGA) as well as a roundtable discussion with the artists involved in Upending exhibition.

For further information on this symposium and to book a place, go to www.gallery.limerick.ie or www.firestation.ie 

‘Art and Activism’
As Fire Station celebrates its 20th birthday in 2013, and to mark Fire Station’s ongoing work in the area of socially-engaged arts practice over the last 20 years, a new publication entitled 'Art and Activism' will be launched in 2014. This publication will be available for purchase from Fire Station Artists Studios in 2014.

For further details contact artadmin@firestation.ie 

Limerick City Gallery of Art:                                                          
Carnegie Building
Pery Square
Limerick
Co. Limerick
Telephone 061 310633
Opening hours:: www.gallery.limerick.ie