Perspectives: How do you photograph performance?
Perspectives is a series of free lunchtime talks exploring one question or idea from the point of view of different artists, critics and curators. This series
accompanies thethe exhibition The Artist’s Eye: Photographic portraits of artists.
This free lunchtime series invites artists to share the challenges of documenting time-based artworks and considers how the still image can be used to extend and complement the visual aspects of
1pm, Friday 17 May, Gallery 2
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Nigel Rolfe's work includes sound and audio production, video and photography and live performance. He has previously exhibited in Biennales in Kwangju in 1997 and Sao Paulo in 1998. His retrospective Archive was shown at the Irish Museum of Modern Art in 1994, and Nigel Rolfe Videos 1983 – 1996 was exhibited at The Musee d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris in 1996. He has also had solo exhibitions of works with photography and video in Ireland, New York, France and Germany. Amelia Stein 1pm, Wednesday 5 June
1pm, Wednesday 5 June, Gallery 2
Amelia Stein, RHA, lives and works in Dublin. Her photography is characterized by meticulous attention to detail, with many of the images having a theatrical presence. Her area of expertise has been portraiture, working with actors, performers, playwrights, poets, authors and musicians on commissioned images and on production photography in the Irish Theatre, Opera and Music industry from 1979 to 2000.
: How do you photograph performance?
Gallery 2, Lewis Glucksman Gallery
1pm, Thursdays, May-June
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The image above is a portrait of the artist Pino Pascali playfully interacting with his giant sculpture, entitled Vedova Blu (Blue Widow). Like many of the Italian Arte Povera artists, Pascali rejected traditional bronze and marble for everyday materials. The photograph is on display as part of The Artist's Eye: Photographic Portraits of Artists.