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Exhibition Visit | inter_site – ‘Error: /undefined’ @ Pallas Projects
October 19 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Did someone say Exhibition Visit?? If you fancy taking a break out of your Thursday to see some art and have some chats, meet me at Pallas Projects on the 19th of October at 5pm to see ‘Error: /undefined’, an exhibition by the inter_site collective. There will, of course, be some chats n bits in Lucky’s after where we can ponder our existence under capitalism x
Hope to see you there!
(Please try be on time – we will give you 5/10 minutes to catch up but then we will go inside and you can follow us in)
Date & Time
Thursday 19th October | 5:00pm
115–117 The Coombe
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inter_site | Error: /undefined
Error: /undefined interrogates interlocking issues of our current conjuncture. Environmental and corporeal breakdown are examined against systems of never ending pressure and progress under capitalism.
Error: /undefined activates a sense of presence and absence, destruction and construction, body and machine, ambiguity and the concrete.
Error: /undefined investigates systems of power and the altering effects of external infrastructure and systems.
inter_site is a Cork based artist collective established by Pádraic Barrett, Deirdre Breen, Aoife Claffey and Kate McElroy. They graduated together from the MA in Art and Process, Crawford College of Art and Design, MTU, 2021. Since then they have created six site-responsive exhibitions in Cork.
inter_site create interventions and exhibitions, utilising unique venues and display mechanisms responding to the precarious and ever shifting nature of our current reality. Their work responds to the current environmental, political and social climate. Each artist employs a multi-disciplinary approach responding to the specific sites they encounter, enhancing the viewer’s experience of place with an emphasis on spatial and sensory effects. The work speculates on alternative and imaginative spaces that present to the viewer embodied encounters and altered viewpoints. They aim to embed art into the fabric of the everyday, using art as a tool to probe and question current societal systems and structures of power. They are interested in peripheral and non-traditional art spaces which can open up new ways of considering the surrounding environment and re-imagine our present moment.