•August 16, 2012 • Leave a Comment
The exhibition The Temple of Psychic Youth, curated by Padraic E. Moore opened last Saturday night at the Kevin Kavanagh Gallery and runs until September 8th. The show features the new video work Seek Zeros, a collaboration bewteen Oisin Byrne and myself. Below is a still from the film and two installation shots from the gallery. The installation shots are courtesy of the Kevin Kavanagh Gallery.
•August 10, 2012 • Leave a Comment
Opening at Kevin Kavanagh Gallery this coming Saturday featuring a new collaborative work by Oisin Byrne and I. Drop down if you are in town!
•May 30, 2012 • Leave a Comment
Some of my recent work will show as part of an exciting group show at Basement Project Space, Cork City, Ireland. Feel to come along to the opening if you are in town that day, or any time during the duration of the show. Details below.
THE SUSPENSION OF HISTORY
Preview: Thursday 7th June at 6pm
Continues: 8th – 16th June 12pm – 5pm (closed Sundays)
Q&A with Artists: Saturday 9th June at 1pm
Michal Baror (IL) Beth Atkinson (UK) Elisabeth Molin (DK) Patrick Hough (IRL) Joanna Piotrowska (PL)
Basement Project Space presents ‘The Suspension of History’, an exciting international group exhibition of contemporary photography. This exhibition brings together the ambitious work of five artists from five countries who are currently undertaking an MA in Fine Art Photography at Royal College of Art London. Engaging with the subject of history, these artists query historical representation in varying ways: the official and unofficial, personal or universal, factual or fictive.
A special limited edition publication has been produced as part of this exhibition, including a text by Susan Butler. Available at BPS.
•May 13, 2012 • Leave a Comment
Dazed and Confused recently featured the work of four students from the RCA Photography MA work in progress show. The featured artists were Elisabeth Molin, Emma Charles, Joanna Piotrowska and myself.
The same works were also featured in HUH magaizine wich can also be found online via the link below:
Here are some of the featured images from my classmates. From Left to right: Patrick Hough, Joanna Piotrowska, Emma Charles, Elisabeth Molin.
•August 31, 2011 • Leave a Comment
DCTV meets with Dublin Contemporary artist Ciara Scanlan to find out more about her work in progress for the 2011 exhibition.
Filmed and Edited by Patrick Hough. Sound by Aidan Kelly.