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‘As You Are We’ by Louise Rice

As You Are We
An exhibition of new work by Louise Rice
Exhibition opening Friday 16th November at 6pm

Leitrim Sculpture Centre, New Line, Manorhamilton

Existence as encounter – with the self, and with others: this is the theme of Louise Rice’s exhibition As You Are We. Developed over the course of her Leitrim County Council funded artist-residency at the Leitrim Sculpture Centre, this new work extends Rice’s career-long exploration of the ‘human, all too human’ through the medium of glass. Whether in the mould-blown boxing gloves of Sparring Partners, the free-blown fantasia of Conversation Piece, or the pencil-like drawings of Peekaboo and Cupidity, Rice captures the delicate balance of forces at play in human connectedness.
The drawings, a major feature of the show, are the result of an intense period of experimentation with mark‑making on glass. Resisting the more decorative possibilities the material has to offer, Rice opts to create simple line drawings using black enamel on thin sheets of clear glass. Their figurative content represents a new departure.
This is a chance to see Rice’s largest solo exhibition to date, before it is shown in the Netherlands in summer 2013.
Exhibition runs until the 30th November 2012. Opening hours – Monday to Friday 10 – 4pm.
Photo credit – ‘Sparing Partners’ – Photographed by Eunan Sweeney
Leitrim Sculpture Centre
New Line
Manorhamilton
Co Leitrim

www.leitrimsculpturecentre.ie
Telephone: 071 985 5098

LSC acknowledge the financial support of the Arts Councilfrom the exhibition 'As You Are We' by Louise Rice

In Images: Norbert Schwontkowski & Caoimhin Mac Giolla Leith, at Kerlin Gallery

Thursday June 10th 2010
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In Images: MA ACW 2009 – snapshots


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Henk Slager, curator of Shanghai Biennale 2008, at the MA ACW / GRADCAM roundtable ‘Of Publics and Pedagogies’, Irish Pavilion, Venice 2009.

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Francis Halsall (Co-ordinator MA ACW) and Edia Connole (MA ACW), at the MA ACW / GRADCAM roundtable ‘Of Publics and Pedagogies’, Irish Pavilion, Venice 2009.

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Fiona Kearney (Director, Glucksman Gallery, Cork), Mick Wilson (Dean, Gradcam) and Henk Slager, curator, 7th Shanghai Biennial 2008, at the MA ACW / GRADCAM roundtable ‘Of Publics and Pedagogies’, Irish Pavilion, Venice 2009.

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Declan Long (Co-ordinator, MA ACW), Glenn Loughran (Gradcam) and Caroline Campbell (MA ACW) at the MA ACW / GRADCAM roundtable ‘Of Publics and Pedagogies’, Irish Pavilion, Venice 2009.

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Elena Filipovic, independent curator, at the MA ACW ‘Curating in the Contemporary World’ Seminar, June 2009

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Declan McGonagle (Director, NCAD), Polly Staple (Chisenhale Gallery) and Elena Filipovic (independent curator), at the ‘Curating in the Contemporary World’ public Seminar, June 2009

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Edel Horan and Paula Barrett (MA ACW) with Francis Halsall and Declan Long (Co-ordinators MA ACW) and Elena Filipovic (independent curator), at the MA ACW ‘Curating in the Contemporary World’ Seminar, June 2009

Posted By: Declan Long (87.198.195.156)  Date: 12/16/2009 10:59 pm

In Images: Art and cinema – A day of discussion and screenings at the Irish Film Institute

Pics from Art and Film: A Day of Discussion and Screenings (MA ACW and IFI) May 8th, 2008
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Sarah Pierce

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Sarah Pierce and Andreas Bunte

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Sarah Pierce, Andreas Bunte, Declan Clarke

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Declan Clarke

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MA ACW and public audience during presentations by Aurelian Froment and Jaki Irvine

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Declan Long, Aurelian Froment, Jaki Irvine

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Aurelian Froment

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MA ACW and public audience during presentations by Desparate Optimists and Duncan Campbell

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Duncan Campbell

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Duncan Campbell and Sarah Glennie

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Christine Molloy

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Joe Lawlor, Christine Molloy, Duncan Campbell, Sarah Glennie

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Joe Lawlor and Christine Molloy (Desparate Optimists)

Photos by Miranda Driscoll (MA ACW)

Posted By: Declan Long (87.198.195.156)


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