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Lost in Papancha, Ways of Escape

Submitted by on October 3, 2017 – 11:23 amNo Comment

Lost in Papancha, Ways of Escape
Michelle Hall
Exhibition Dates: Sept 28-Oct 21

ArtBox is delighted to announce the opening of artist Michelle Hall’s solo exhibition ‘Lost in Papancha, Ways of Escape’. This body of new work by Hall will preview at the gallery on Wednesday, Sept 27th (6-8pm), continuing until Oct 21st. This project is curated by Hilary Murray and kindly supported by the Fingal County Council Project Award.

Michelle Hall is an interdisciplinary artist and writer. Throughout her practice, she uses details, textures, words and objects to create works that examine modes of behaviour and thought. She is a recent graduate of the MA Art in the Contemporary World programme at NCAD and completed her BA Fine Art at DIT Portland Row in 2007. In 2016 Hall was jointly awarded the RC Lewis-Crosby Award at in the inaugural RDS Visual Art Awards. Her work has been selected for the upcoming StartPoint Prize exhibition, Prague, after which she will travel to London for a research residency with The CENTRE FOR THE STUDY OF SUBSTRUCTURED LOSS. Hall has been awarded the Arts Council Film Bursary 2017, the Dublin City Council Tyrone Guthrie Residency and the Fingal County Council Project Award.

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