15th December 2014 The National Museum of Ireland – Decorative Arts & History, Collins Barracks, Benburb Street, Dublin 7. What: Launch of City Makers exhibition Who: Emily Logan Chief Commissioner … Continue reading
Paul Kearns and Motti Ruimy were invited to participate in the Phoenix Rising Exhibition in the Hugh Lane Gallery. As part of this exhibition we were invited to ‘imagine’ the … Continue reading
BEYOND PEBBLEDASH was published in August 2014 (Gandon Editions). This collaborative project was awarded the Arts Council ‘Engagement with Architecture Scheme’ grant in 2014. The following is thebook Preface p7 to p13. … Continue reading
Beyond Pebbledash Installation Construction: Video by Paddy Cahill Beyond Pebbledash Culture Night: Video by Paddy Cahill Beyond Pebbledash Manifesto for a Better City: Video by Paddy Cahill Beyond Pebbledash Deconstruction: Video … Continue reading
The ‘Beyond Pebbledash House Installation’ erected in Clark Square in the National Museum Collins Barracks was life size “replica” of a real family home (5 Loch Conn Drive Ballyfermot Dublin 10). … Continue reading
In “Postcards of Our City” we invite the residents of New York City to write their thoughts about their city on a postcard to the residents of Dublin.
GROUP EXHIBIT – חיים על הקו / EN ROUTE / TRA DUE MARI The Group Exhibit “Chayim al ha Kav” (Living en Route) brings together the work of seven artists whose … Continue reading
“Unpublished” Booklet – Postcards of our city Dublin – Tel Aviv Postcards of our City In “Postcards of Our City” we invite the citizens of Dublin – UNESCO City of … Continue reading
Performance: The Dead City Location: Merrion Sq. & Fitzwilliam Sq. Dublin Contemporary 2012 Saturday 8 October, 8–9pm Living City Article on Architecture Ireland Magazine 2012 The Dead City invites you … Continue reading
Whilst there is a long-established tradition amongst conservationists and architectural historians in archiving our historic built environment, much less attention is paid to recording the loss of more recent spaces, places perhaps on the margins of interest or acceptability.