PAUL BARNETT NICOLE HEINZEL IVAN LACAZE MICHELLE LLOYD
KARLA MARCHESI ENDA O’DONOGHUE CAMERON RUDD ALEX TENNIGKEIT
"Frieze" in architecture refers to a long band of carved, modelled or painted decoration, usually adorning buildings just under the roof or ceiling. This form of architectural ornamentation had its origins in Antiquity and was particularly widespread in Ancient Greece, Egypt and Rome.
The frieze is the chosen format for the fourth annual exhibition of the Berlin-based artists' group, InFormat. The members of this international collective are Paul Barnett (NZ), Nicole Heinzel (UK/GER), Michelle Lloyd (IRL), Ivan Lacaze (FRA), Karla Marchesi (AUS), Enda O'Donoghue (IRL), Cameron Rudd (UK) and Alex Tennigkeit (GER).
Contrary to narrative friezes in art history such as the Athenian life scenes in the Parthenon Frieze or Gustav Klimt's homage to the composer in his Beethoven Frieze, InFormat did not set themselves a designated "theme". A common height of 80cm and each individual's interpretation of "frieze", were the project's only stipulations. This optical common denominator and the hanging itself will determine the dialogue between the artists' panels and the space of the hall - an on-site story unfurls.
Featuring works by Enda O’Donoghue, Maurice Doherty, Adam Fearon, Jane Hughes and Ciarán Walsh
Exhibition curated by Sheena Malone
All installation photos by Ludger Paffrath
The Mobility Project at the Meter Room, Coventry, UK.
Exhibition runs until 19th February 2012.
Curated by Elly Clarke/Clarke Gallery
With work by Simon Clark, Elly Clarke, Enda O’Donoghue, Kerstin Honeit, Rebecca Pittam, plan b/Sophia New & Dan Belasco Rogers, Fedora Romita and Kym Ward
Curated by Jane Hughes and Enda O’Donoghue
Opening: Friday 6th December 2013 at 6pm
Exhibition runs from 7th December 2013 to 11th January 2014
Artists: Mark Curran, Benjamin de Burca / Barbara Wagner, Maurice Doherty, David Hedderman, Jane Hughes, Sophie Iremonger, Eoin Llewellyn, LiFeLooP (aka Séamus O’Donnell), Enda O’Donoghue and David O’Kane.
The exhibition Neither Here Nor There highlights the work of 10 contemporary Irish artists who have migrated to the city of Berlin over the past 20 years.
Artists: Mark Curran, Benjamin de Burca/Barbara Wagner, Maurice Doherty, David Hedderman, Jane Hughes, Sophie Iremonger, Eoin Llewellyn, LiFeLooP (aka Séamus O'Donnell), Enda O'Donoghue and David O'Kane
Curated by Jane Hughes and Enda O'Donoghue