Yearly Archives: 2014

Ceara Conway | Making Visible @126

126 presents Making Visible I & II and Vigil by Ceara Conway28th March – 12th April 2014   Making Visible is a series of performances that have been created through a process of engagement between Ceara Conway and ‘Able Women’, a group of women who are currently seeking asylum in Ireland. During 2013 the artist met with various members of the group […]

Making Visible Exhibition Poster

Dialogues and Representations - Tom O'Dea and Austin D. H. Ivers

126 Dialogues | Representations | Tom O’Dea & Austin D.H. Ivers

1st May | 5pm 126 Gallery | Flood Street Artists Tom O’Dea and Austin D. H. Ivers will discuss the exhibition Representations.They will also discuss Tom O’Dea’s PhD research that is focussed on investigating the impact of the networked society on concepts of the self and on the systems of post-industrial capitalism that underpin the global […]

“Making Visible”

a performance by Ceara Conway with Juliana Erkkonen and Moises Mas Garcia.   Friday 7th of March, 5.30pm at the NUIG Quadrangle Courtyard (Aula Maxima if the weather is bad)   Drawing upon the old Irish tradition of ”Caoineadh” a vocal lament associated with mourning, artist Ceara Conway has created a series of ritual performances […]


ARTIST TALK | Ciara Healy, Karl Musson & Siobhan McGibbon

ARTIST TALK 10 | Ciara Healy, Karl Musson & Siobhan McGibbon Sunday 23 February 2014 | 2pm 126 are delighted to announce that, as part of the ARTFarm Residency Exhibition, artists Ciara Healy, Karl Musson and Siobhan McGibbon will talk about their art practices and the work that has been made for this exhibition. The […]

Siobhan McGibbon, Ciara Healy & Karl Musson

participants in 126 gallery’s 2013 ARTFarm Residency 23 February – 09 March 2014 Preview: Saturday | 22 February | 7pm 126 are delighted to present an exhibition of new work by Siobhan McGibbon (Ireland) and the collaborative duo Ciara Healy and Karl Musson (Wales). This exhibition will show work that has been produced since their […]

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