Undercover: A Dialect
Curated group exhibition at VISUAL Centre for Contemporary Art, Carlow
2013 - 4
Undercover: A Dialect explores the ways artists are involved in covert and almost hidden
A diverse collection of methods to negotiate with the shape and form of contemporary society are highlighted. For these artists, the role or existence of a smooth, calm version of the public realm is continuously questioned. Their artworks create a grammar, a particular kind of dialect borne out of the methodologies of visual art, forms of speech that challenge assumptions of the generic, the typecast and the stereotype. New commissions by Stephen Brandes and Berndnaut Smilde feature.
Artists: Stephen Brandes, Berndnaut Smilde, aiPotu, Jeronimo Hagerman, Magdelena Jitrik, Fiona Larkin, Sean Lynch, Pilvi Takala & Lucy Lippard's ‘955,000'
Berndnaut Smilde, Nimbus (Carlow)