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Art in Ireland ~ I n spite of flags and gore
----------------- there is art
and ideas and concepts and more idears
500 Words with Lee Welch
The world’s leading art magazine, Artforum, is currently featuring Lee Welch in their 500 Words section:
“96 percent of all telephone conversations consist of just 737 words — … More
_________________ There's even art that evens mothers and babies and not flags and dumbbells fighting over rags called flags
Researcher-in-Residence AnnouncedCCA is pleased to announce that Glasgow-based researcher and writer, Dr. Rebecca Gordon-Nesbitt, will be its Researcher-in-Residence during 2013. Against the backdrop of Derry~Londonderry’s incarnation as inaugural … More
Seminar at Copenhagen Art FestivalCo-Directors Aileen Burns and Johan Lundh have been invited to organise a seminar during Copenhagen Art Festival around their forthcoming publication on Saturday, October 13th. Building on … More
The Fire Station Studio BursariesCo-Director Johan Lundh will sit on the selection committee for new residents at The Fire Station Artists’ Studios, Dublin, in September, alongside Clodagh Kenny, Director, Fire Station … More
this is a novel DadaDuffy. it breaks and opens the page/Punketariat a mamafesto of bridging brigandage and. and ? lettrism a smear . yes they've metamorphose the blogs have since first they digressed their beginings and ending. waking up at the edge of thought its purlieu and mustabum cake! what? come along O you frighers and frigate with your nations and bumblasting rockets . the something something something derived from the innner space making the awkward thing stand out, as a relief.
Not everyone in Belfast is a rioter over a pathetic rag that flutters in the breeze ~ what matter flags ?
what matter these insane nations? lines, boundaries and war?
' About 1,000 people attended a peace rally at Belfast City Hall this afternoon. A lot of young people and families joined the demonstration but they pointedly stood on the pavement rather than blocking the road. There were five minutes of noise - horns, shouting and whistling - to symbolise the silent majority speaking out and a huge round of applause ended the gathering.'