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How it Stands, Provisionally | Roisin McGannon

How it Stands, Provisionally | Róisín McGannon

17th – 22nd Jan | A4 Sounds Gallery

Opening | Thursday 17th | 6pm – 8:30pm


Fingal Arts and Block T present

How it Stands, Provisionally
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An exhibition of work by Róisín McGannon winner of the Fingal Graduate Award 2017

How it Stands, Provisionally presents new work created during a year long residency in Block T Studios.

Through performative video and photography the show explores corporeal awareness; thinking through the body – the body in relation to the body, and the body in relation to the immediate space around it. The acute knowingness we have of our bodies and the strain that can arise from this awareness.

Exhibition Opening
Thursday 17th January
6pm – 8.30pm

General Opening Hours
Friday 18th – Tuesday 22nd
11am – 6pm

Find Us
A4 Sounds,
St. Joseph’s Parade,
Off Upper Dorset Street
Dublin 1
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Róisín McGannon is a Visual Artist based in Dublin. Roisin’s work is concerned with corporeal awareness taking the form of performative video and photography.

Since graduating from NCAD with a BA (Hons) in Fine Art Printmaking in 2017, Róisín has completed a year long residency in Block T as the recipient of The Fingal Graduate Award 2017. She has been invited as an Artist in Resident for the Inaugural Residency Programme in the Eoin Moylan Photography Studio in Berlin in February 2019. She has recently been awarded the Loughshinny Boathouse Residency Award supported by Fingal County Council for late 2019. Roisin has exhibited work in the 188th RHA Annual Exhibition, Dublin and AGA LAB, Amsterdam.
Róisín is a member of A4 Sounds Studios.

www.roisinmcgannon.com
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