Juncture: ​a place where things join

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Pallas Projects/Studios, Wednesday 4th August - Saturday 7th August

Pallas Projects/Studios has a dedicated team of workers and volunteers who are custodians of the space, they are also artists.

Juncture is an exhibition that brings together the artwork of a group of Pallas workers and volunteers. Each artist, with their own distinctive practice and experience of the Pallas space, cohese to create a multifaceted entity bound by this shared common space.

The show also marks the return of physical exhibition-making for many of the artists. Months of continuous lockdowns have inhibited the use of essential spaces such as studios, galleries and workshops. The show facilitates the return of a seemingly disparate group to their common haunt.

Juncture: a place where things join is co-curated by Grace O’Boyle & Dáire Mc Evoy and features work by: Steffi Kelly, Natalie Pullen, Jonathan O’Grady, Viktorija Kacanauskaite, Vera Ryklova, Dáire Mc Evoy, Méabh Hennelly, Shane McInerney, Michaela Nash, Louise Dolan, Grace O’Boyle, Ellius Grace and Alex Keogan.


Date:
Wednesday 4th August - Saturday 7th August
Time:
Varies
Price:
Free
Address:
Pallas Projects/Studios, The Coombe, The Liberties, Dublin 8, Ireland

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