Offsite – Eve Vaughan & Mitch Conlon


OFFSITE PERFORMANCE | EVE VAUGHAN & MITCH CONLON | 126 ARTIST-RUN GALLERY | GALWAY ARTS FESTIVAL | 16 – 29 JULY 2012

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126 in association with the Galway Arts Festival present:

Offsite Performance

Eve Vaughan

Mitch Conlon

16th – 29th July 2012

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126 Gallery - Eve Vaughan

 

Eve Vaughan

Julie Fiala and Eve Vaughan embarked on a series of collaborations at the beginning of 2011. The Video piece “Lay of the Land; Dublin” took place in March. The idea for the action came about from conversations on the nature of “Divide and Conquer”. A strategy employed by political and military interests in order to gain and maintain power by breaking up larger concentrations of power into smaller parts. The thinking being that people would be too busy arguing amongst themselves to have the solidarity needed to fend off enemies.

The north and south of Dublin have traditionally been seen as separate in terms of sociological and economic mindsets, and although in a state of perpetual motion the division still remains in the psyche of the city. This piece takes place on O’Connell Bridge, the inner meeting point of the north and south of the city.
Eve Vaughan (Galway) is a contemporary theatre and live art practitioner who specialises in making performances and installations in public spaces. Alongside working independently of theatre and art spaces, she has presented as part of festivals and with the support of art galleries in Galway, Belfast, Dublin, Glasgow, Amsterdam, New York and London. In conjunction with her arts practice she uses drama as a developmental and exploratory tool for working with young people.   Julie Fiala (Queìbec City) recently returned to Canada after more than seven years living in Britain, then the north of Ireland. A performance artist and cultural activist, she has presented her artistic and academic work in Ontario, the Czech Republic, Russia, Belfast, Dublin, London, Yorkshire, Scotland and New York. She has been the Programme Director of Modern Fuel Artist- Run Centre (Kingston, Canada, 2002-04) and has received artistic and academic awards, including a Commonwealth Scholarship for studies in England.

Mitch Conlon
Image: ‘DELIVER US JIM, DELIVER US! BE NOT AFRAID, I GO BEFORE YOU ALWAYS’ 2012 
Mitch Conlon
‘DELIVER US JIM, DELIVER US! BE NOT AFRAID, I GO BEFORE YOU ALWAYS’

‘Naw man sure im telling ya its the volvo ocean drinking race. Boer, she’s middlin that one. Here c’mere jim man we head down the kebab house and we get the deed on. Dogs dinner, cert. Kebab house, not proud of it, not ashamed of it either. Throw us it all on there fiend, don’t be afraid of it, with chips. Your wan’s trying to skip the queue there on the sly hey. Here jim man, relax there to fack will ya. Yer wan’s a thundering bitch skipping. I wouldnt ride ya into a battle ya bitch. Here jim man relax, ahh here ladsThere was no neeed to be rucking there jim. Whatdaya on about man, sure ya got her into a headlock in the middle of the kebab house. She was about 45 ya dick. Ring 50 shades of Dan there an tell him we’ll head down the Roisheen an get a bottle outta the wine-ese. Boer tides

Fackin wine-ese, right we’ll head up the No.10 shop for the snear and get a bottle a bucky, throw it in the jacket jim. Yeah sure yer man owes a ball of tax, he’ll throw ya out a bottle no bother hey. Sure we’ll kip back in the van, certified qualitay. Faack, how are we gonna make it through the arts festival’.

facebook photo albums here: Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3

 

126 is supported by the Arts Council, the Galway City Council and our membership.   

 

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Ireland
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Opening hours:
1pm – 6pm (16th – 29th July)