To coincide with the current exhibition A Vague Anxiety, a group show of emerging artists looking at issues such as housing, the environment, gender and sexuality, IMMA is hosting a workshop facilitated by artist Jan McCullough.
McCullough states “While anxiety suggests a fear of the unknown, desire implies a willingness or a need to engage this unknown. With the workshop participants, I would like to explore the concepts of photography and desire”.
This is a relaxed workshop, with participants having the opportunity to explore what media images evoke desire; this will be done through the tactile process of collage-making and the translation of this work into light installation. Participants with all levels of creative experience are welcome and a light lunch will be provided. Places are limited, to reserve your place please book online.
While it’s not a requirement, we would encourage participants to view the A Vague Anxiety exhibition prior to the workshop if possible.
This event is booked out.
Jan McCullough (B. 1991) lives and works in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Her performance-based photographic work has been nominated for the Deutsche Borse Photography Prize, ICP New York Infinity Award and won the British Journal of Photography Breakthrough Award. Her book ‘Home Instruction Manual’, published by Verlag Kettler, was awarded the Kassel Fotobookfestival Dummy Award and shortlisted for the Recontres D’Arles Author Book Award.
Recent installations include Gallery of Photography in Dublin, Seen Fifteen Gallery in London, Unseen Photo Fair in Amsterdam and Landskrona Museum in Sweden.
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