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Michael Kliën, b.1973

Slattery’s Lamp, Sediments of an Ordinary Mind2004

Slattery’s Lamp, Sediments of an Ordinary Mind is a 2004 work by Michael Kliën. It has a duration of Unframed, 350 x 80 x 30 cm. It is part of the IMMA Permanent Collection.

MediumMedia-installation
Duration Unframed, 350 x 80 x 30 cm
Credit LineIMMA Collection: Donation, Daghdha, 2005
Item NumberIMMA.1914
On view25/09/2013 - 31/12/2028
Copyright Clare Lymer photography
For copyright information, please contact the IMMA Collections team: [email protected].
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Michael Kliën, Slattery’s Lamp, Sediments of an Ordinary Mind, 2004, Media-installation, Unframed, 350 x 80 x 30 cm, Collection Irish Museum of Modern Art, Donation, Daghdha, 2005

For copyright information, please contact the IMMA Collections team: [email protected].

About the Artist

Michael Kliën b.1973

Austrian artist and choreographer Michael Kliën was born in Hollbrunn and grew up in Vienna. After training in classical and modern dance in Vienna and New York, Kliën studied contemporary dance at the Laban Centre for Movement and Dance in London. He received a Ph.D from the Edinburgh College of Art in 2009. Kliën’s choreographies are predominantly dance-based works of art situated in galleries, museums and on stage. He was a co-founder and Artistic Director of London based arts group, Barridale Operahouse, until 2000 and Artistic Director/CEO of Daghdha Dance Company until 2011.
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