Join TBG+S Studio Artist Eimear Walshe in an online workshop, coinciding with the launch of their new publication The Land Question: Where the fuck am I supposed to have sex?

This immersive workshop, which brings together their research with Design Academy and the Van Abbe Museum for Contemporary Art - Eindhoven, and EVA International, will investigate the relationship between design and desire in the creation of furniture, buildings, cities and even countries.

The workshop is suitable for adults only. You can participate using materials you can find at home.

Eimear Walshe is an artist from Longford. Their work is made public through sculpture, publishing, video, performance and lectures, or combinations of these forms. Their practice is based on research in fiscal and sexual economies and histories, working to reconcile the aesthetics, values and tastes of their queer and rural subjectivity. They also publish writing in various adaptations of artist memoir in reference to role models including Claude Cahun, Dolly Parton, and St Joseph.

The online workshop will be released here, no booking is required.

This workshop takes place as part of Dublin Art Book Fair 2020: Design as an Attitude, sponsored by Henry J Lyons.