Creative Pathways – Déad

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Goethe-Institut, Friday 22nd September - Friday 27th October

Creative Pathways – Immersive art exhibition DÉAD* celebrates the cultural legacy of Dracula and Nosferatu.

This interdisciplinary art exhibition draws on immersive technologies to celebrate the legacy of Bram Stoker’s novel Dracula and Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau’s classic silent film Nosferatu.

Through virtual reality (VR) installations, 3D animations, video projections, sculptures and more, the exhibition brings vampires, monsters and the undead to life and invites visitors to Merrion Square to explore topics including life cycles, (im)mortality, and transience.

Created by students and recent graduates from six notable arts colleges in Ireland and Germany, the exhibition has emerged from the Creative Pathways programme, an initiative established by the Irish Embassy in Berlin to bring together students and lecturers based in both countries to develop collaborative and interdisciplinary artworks.

• 10am – 7pm (Mon-Thu)
• 10am – 5pm (Fri)
• 10am – 3pm (Sat)

Friday 22nd September - Friday 27th October
Goethe-Institut Irland, Merrion Square East, Dublin 2, Ireland

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