Opening this week: 17 – 22 August

11780032_867267253368357_5706545678899860858_oIRL_ opens at TACTIC, 3rd Floor Sample-Studios tonight Thursday 20 August at 7pm


Curated by Emily O’Flynn, t
his exhibition brings together 7 internationally based artists; Niamh Riordan, Darren Caffery, Lee Welch, Ian Griffin, Liing Heaney, Leonard Traynor and Emily O’Flynn. Through their work, they investigate the transmutation of art which takes the internet as its source, to the materialisation of work in real life.

With the proliferation of a global Internet culture and the rise of digital art the Internet has become an ever expanding source of data, inspiration and a tool for the creation of art for an entire generation of artists.

This exhibition aims to investigate the many ways these artists interpret our relationship to objects and images inspired by the infinitely variable culture of the net.

IRL_ runs from 20 August – 3 September, TACTIC is open 12- 3 pm Tues – Sat.

 

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Cork Heritage Open Day

Cork Heritage Open Day celebrates it’s 11 year anniversary this year.  From small beginnings with just 30 participating buildings and 5,000 visitors, Cork Heritage Open Day was organised to mark the 2005 City of Culture programme of events.  Now 11 years later, Cork Heritage Open Day has more than 40 buildings involved, an extensive programme of events ongoing throughout the day and reaches an audience of almost 15,000 people.

This is your chance to get an inside look into some of Cork’s most famous buildings and learn more with tours available at nearly all of the spaces.

 

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