Join artist Lisa Freeman for a studio talk on the process behind the exhibition Approx 1 Second of a Sweet Kiss at Temple Bar Gallery + Studios.

An intimate talk for graduates, early career and emerging contemporary artists and curators, and for those returning to their practice.

Exhibiting artist Lisa Freeman will open her studio for an intimate studio talk that will offer an informal insight into the planning, research and processes leading up to her exhibition at Approx 1 Second of a Sweet Kiss at Temple Bar Gallery + Studios.

Please note numbers and access to this space is limited. An artist talk with a higher capacity will be held in the gallery Thursday 2 May at 5pm where Lisa Freeman will be in conversation with fellow artist Jaki Irvine.

Lisa Freeman is an artist and filmmaker working across moving image, scripted performance, text and installation. Her work draws into question economic and power structures and explores how intimacy might be employed as a form of resistance.

Her most recent exhibitions and screenings include: Hook, Spill, Cry Your Eyes Out, as part of Súitú, aemi Touring Programme, Ireland, Netherlands, Sweden (2023); Slipped, Fell and Smacked my Face off the Dance Floor, live site-specific performance, Naylor’s Cove, Bray Beach, with Mermaid Arts Centre, Bray (2022), Slipped, Fell…, video, aemi online (2022). She holds a Three-Year Studio Membership at TBG+S.

Event location Information: This event will take place in a small artist studio on the first floor. There is access via lift and a chair can be provided. For further information please contact orla@templebargallery.com or call 01 6710073

Image description: Lisa stands in the middle of a group of four crew members in the white hallway of an apartment watching a video on a small screen which is fixed to a stand. The group stands around the screen in a semicircular formation, each member looking intently at the screen.