An exhibition with and about painting
Featuring works by Brian Bishop, Majella Clancy, Susan Connolly, Joy Gerrard, Christopher Hanlon, Paddy McCann, Dougal McKenzie and Louise Wallace, this exhibition seeks to address ways in which these artists’ works may be considered within our wider ‘image culture’ today.
The digital world of the camera, the screen, social media and the internet have, in less than two decades, created immeasurable numbers of images across new platforms.
This exhibition seeks to raise the questions:
What constitutes ‘an image’ when making art, and what, if anything, makes this different from the other multifarious ways of delivering images as outlined above?
Venue: Spencer House, 71 Royal Avenue, Belfast BT1 1FE
Location: 1st floor
Dates: 17- 21 September
Exibition opens: Monday 16 September, 6-8pm
Opening hours: Tuesday – Saturday, 12-4pm
Culture Night Friday until 9pm, Culture Day Saturday 11am-4pm
Contact: email@example.com or 07733457772
Dougal McKenzie and Louise Wallace wish to acknowledge the Strategic Support funding provided by the Research Institute at Belfast School of Art, Ulster University.
PS² is supported by The National Lottery through the Arts Council of Northern Ireland.