We’re launching Primary Postcards tonight - an exhibition by primary school students responding to the Anthony McCall installation which took place earlier this year. Students from Aglish National School, Cappoquin National School, Lismore Mochuda, St Joseph’s Primary School and Whitechurch National School took part. #lismorecastlearts#lismoreireland#primarypostcards
Lismore Castle Arts Solo Graduate Award winner - Gabrielle Drimalovski
7 OCTOBER – 2 DECEMBER 2017. Preview: 4-6pm Saturday 7 October 2017.
Exhibition to be launched by Mike Fitzpatrick, Head of School, Limerick School of Art and Design, LIT.
Lismore Castle Arts is delighted to announce Gabrielle Drimalovski as the winner of ORIGINS, selected from the 2017 undergraduate shows across Ireland. In June the curatorial team from LCA visited the degree shows across the country to choose one artist whose work they felt merited a solo exhibition at St Carthage Hall.
Gabrielle Drimalovski is a visual artist who works primarily in video installation. Graduating from Limerick School of Art, LIT in June 2017, she is one of 14 students of the Photography and Lens Based Media course.
Gabrielle’s practice is centred around the exploration of the gaze, observation, and aspects of looking. Through study of Lacan’s theory of the gaze and non-verbal communication, her work combines video and digital imagery in order to convey and reflect back at us our subconscious behaviours, innermost desires, and unspoken intentions. Her video work Scopoaesthesia explores not only the notion of voyeurism, but different aspects of how it makes us feel.
ORIGINS is an annual exhibition held each autumn in St Carthage Hall as a way of presenting emerging new artists in a gallery context, alongside Lismore Castle Arts respected programme of important international artists.
Open Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays 12 - 5 pm. Admission free @ellevisual#stcarthagehall#artlismore2017#lismorecastlearts#lismoreireland