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Wild – screen / Scáil – fhiáin

Artspace Artist Louise Manifold
07 – 08 March 2015
Inagh Valley, Connemara, County Galway

Artspace Artist Louise Manifold is showing recent work as part of this Contemporary Art Screening event.

A site-specific contemporary art screening is taking place over two days at the Inagh Hatchery, a secluded modernist space set deep in the Inagh Valley of Connemara. Wild-screen will centre on the screening of artists films and an engagement with the site through nature walks and a discursive platform. They will be showing works by Dorothy Cross, Michael Craig-Martin, Aoife Desmond, Vivienne Dick, Cecilia Danell, Margaret Fitzgibbon, Tom Flanagan & Megs Morley, Michael Fortune, Cecile Hartmann, Werner Herzog, Derek Jarman, Johanna Laitanian & Llinu Grönlund, Maximilian Le Cain & Vicky Langan, Laida Lertxundi, Peter Liechti, Louise Manifold, Walker and Walker, Úna Quigley.

For full programme details please see website. Getting there: Buses to and from Galway City will be provided; all details and car directions can be found online.

www.wildscreenireland.com

Wild – screen / Scáil – fhiáin

Artspace Artist Louise Manifold
07 – 08 March 2015
Inagh Valley, Connemara, County Galway

Artspace Artist Louise Manifold is showing recent work as part of this Contemporary Art Screening event.

A site-specific contemporary art screening is taking place over two days at the Inagh Hatchery, a secluded modernist space set deep in the Inagh Valley of Connemara. Wild-screen will centre on the screening of artists films and an engagement with the site through nature walks and a discursive platform. They will be showing works by Dorothy Cross, Michael Craig-Martin, Aoife Desmond, Vivienne Dick, Cecilia Danell, Margaret Fitzgibbon, Tom Flanagan & Megs Morley, Michael Fortune, Cecile Hartmann, Werner Herzog, Derek Jarman, Johanna Laitanian & Llinu Grönlund, Maximilian Le Cain & Vicky Langan, Laida Lertxundi, Peter Liechti, Louise Manifold, Walker and Walker, Úna Quigley.

For full programme details please see website. Getting there: Buses to and from Galway City will be provided; all details and car directions can be found online.

www.wildscreenireland.com

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