Monday, June 6, 2011

Images from 'In_Flux'

In_Flux

1646 (The Hague), Basement Project Space (Cork), Block T (Dublin), Catalyst Arts (Belfast), 126 (Galway), Monster Truck (Dublin), Transmission (Glasgow), SOMA Contemporary (Waterford), Transition (London), Wolf Art (Rotterdam)

Occupy Space and Thomas Street Centre, Limerick

27 - 29 May 2011

Installation view (with Lucinda Chua & Sean Carpio and Gillian Lawlor), from "MESH", Block T

Working Backwards (mountain from a molehill), Neil Carroll, from "MESH", Block T

Siobhan McGibbon, from 126
Installation view, Basement Project Space

Installation view, Basement Project Space

Corn Snacks, Ireland, Summer 2011, Fiona Hallinan, from "you remind me of a poem I can't remember, to a tune that might never have existed, in a place I'm not sure I've ever been to", Monster Truck

Installation view, Alan Butler, from "you remind me of a poem I can't remember, to a tune that might never have existed, in a place I'm not sure I've ever been to", Monster Truck

Pawnshop Dad 4, Alli Sharma, from "The Count of Monte Cristo: The Lions Den", Transition Gallery

Installation view, from Wolf Art

Installation view, from "Multiple", Catalyst Arts

Installation view, from "Multiple", Catalyst Arts

Installation view, from SOMA Contemporary

Installation view, from 1646

Installation view, from 1646

There's a Bullet With Your Name on it, Alan Mongey, from "Oops Apocalypse", Occupy Space

Inevitable Convertible, Alan Mongey, from "Oops Apocalypse", Occupy Space

Editor's note: We have have done our best to identify the works with artists' names, appropriate titles, title of shows, etc. However, on the day of our visit many of the galleries' spaces had run out of lists of works. Please feel free to email us with any missing information.

All images courtesy Carol Anne Connolly

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