On Tuesday 11th February at 6pm, David Fagan will open his studio to peers and the public to offer a glimpse into his working practices. The conversation will be led by Dr. Maeve Connolly.
Studio Talk: David Fagan in Conversation with Maeve Connolly
Tuesday 11th February 2014.
From 6pm in Studio 16.
Free entry, all welcome.
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Studio Talks at TBG+S are events in which member studio artists discuss their work in the familiar surroundings of their own studio. These events are informal and free of charge. They provide an opportunity for visitors to gain an insight into how particular artists work, and what interests and motivates them.
In February 2014, David Fagan will open his studio to peers and the public to offer a glimpse into his working practices. The conversation will be led by Maeve Connolly.
David Fagan is the second recipient of the TBG+S Graduate Studio Award. In September 2013, he began his six month long residency in Studio 16. Now approaching the end of his time on the residency, he will present and discuss his recent work, as well as broader projects and recent exhibitions, followed by a short questions and answers session. All are welcome to attend this free event.
David Fagan lives and works in Dublin. He graduated from The National College of Art and Design in 2011 with a joint BA in Fine Art and History of Art, having additionally studied in Zürich University of the Arts, Switzerland in 2010. Recent exhibitions include: What Could Possibly Be Wrong With A Man Who's Lived As Long As I Have, (2013), (solo) Flatpack Gallery & Studios, Dublin, Fix13 (2013), Catalyst Arts, Belfast, Basic Space Press, (2013), Basic Space at the Irish Museum of Modern Art, Re/Turn, (2013), Temple Bar Gallery & Studios, Prelude to Nothing, (2012), (curatorial), The LAB, Dublin, The Birswanger Collection, (2012) Schaffhaussen, Switzerland, Sensation, (2012), Project Arts Centre, Dublin, and Gracelands: Circling the Square, (2012), as part of eva International, Limerick. He is the recipient of South Dublin County Council's Individual Artist Bursary 2013 and Temple Bar Gallery and Studios Graduate Residency 2013-14.
Maeve Connolly is a writer, lecturer and researcher whose work centres on concepts and forms of publicness in contemporary art, culture, and media. Since 2003, she has been a full-time faculty member of Dun Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design & Technology, Dublin, where she contributes to the MAVIS and BA Visual Arts Practice programmes. Maeve’s publications include The Place of Artists' Cinema: Space, Site and Screen (Intellect/University of Chicago Press, 2009). Her writing has appeared in journals such as Afterall, Artforum, Art Monthly, Frieze, MIRAJ, Mousse, Screen, Third Text and Variant. Her new book TV Museum: Contemporary Art and the Age of Television (Intellect/University of Chicago Press) will be published in March 2014.