San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
The Pattern Exchange is an exhibition, guest curated by Rosie Lynch and Hollie Kearns, which presents existing work from Irish artists Sarah Browne, Gareth Kennedy, Sarah Lincoln and Fiona McDonald, with new commissions by Paul Bokslag (IE/NL) and architecture practice Studio Weave (UK). Taking pattern as a point of departure, the exhibition explores patterns of knowledge, material production, labour, and patterns of movement and change within urban and natural landscapes.
The Pattern Exchange: An Understanding of the City - talk by co-curator Rosie Lynch discusses the exhibition art works in relation to urban development and in particular Dublin city.
When & Where
Temple Bar Gallery + Studios
Temple Bar Gallery + Studios (TBG+S) is an artists community in the heart of Dublin city centre. Founded in 1983, the building houses thirty artists’ studios in which professional visual artists make their work. Member artists at TBG+S work in a variety of media, including painting, sculpture and photography and the work made in studios at TBG+S goes on to be exhibited around the country and internationally.
At the TBG+S gallery, temporary exhibitions are presented regularly and represent a cross section of contemporary Irish and international visual arts practice. The gallery is open five days a week and admission is free.
The extensive programme of Talks +Events invites further engagement with the work that takes place in the building, and is aimed at anyone interested in developing their knowledge of visual art. The programme includes studio and gallery tours, lectures, critical discussions, music events, live art events and performances, readings and reading groups, workshops and film screenings for all types of audiences. Information about upcoming talks and events and booking links can be found on the TBG+S website www.templebargallery.com.