"In advance of our official opening at 4pm on Thursday 13 April, the Glucksman invites you to a preview and panel discussion accompanying our new exhibition Enter Stage Left: The craft of theatre in art. This panel discussion will feature exhibiting artists Lothar Götz and Aoibheann Greenan, and Professor Manfred Schewe (Drama & Theatre, UCC), discussing the works and themes that inform Enter Stage Left."
More info here:http://www.e-flux.com/announcements/66439/set-in-time-drawings-from-the-serge-lifar-collectionenter-stage-left-the-craft-of-theatre-in-art/
I have been selected to participate in two experimental workshops curated by The Institute of Things to Come, a temporary research center on futurological scenarios, Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, Turin, Italy;
'Demonio! Demonio!', a workshop with Bedwyr Williams and Tai Shani, (7- 10 February 2017);
'Future Ruins: Reading the City, Writing its Future', a workshop with Kapwani Kiwanga and Mirene Arsanios.(11-14 April 2017)
For more information about the workshops visit the following website:theinstituteofthingstocome.com
‘Theatre: Finding hope in the middle of unrest,’ Chris McCormack, The Independent, 25 December 2016.http://www.independent.ie/entertainment/theatre-arts/theatre-finding-hope-in-the-middle-of-unrest-35314922.html
10-week Portfolio Preparation Course with artist Aoibheann Greenan, Block T, Dublin
Find out more about the course here:https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/portfolio-preparation-a-10-week-course-with-the-artist-aoibheann-greenan-tickets-27052088525#
An article and video interview for DRAFF
Video interview :
Presented at Tiger Dublin Fringe Festival 2016
Venue: RHA Gallery Dr. Tony Ryan Gallery
Dates Sep 15 - 18 @ 19:30
Dare to enter a deviant realm of peepshows, smoking godheads and talking shopping trolleys.
Prepare for a collision between epic drama and orgiastic ritual. A Wagnerian cult ride roughshod through their master’s Ring-cycle operas...will you be among their chosen initiates?
BDSM, techno, krautrock and cabaret add grist to the Germanophile mill, sparking a bawdy libretto, an experimental score and a host of elaborate props.
Bridging visual art and theatre, this frenzied reinterpretation of George Bernard Shaw’s essay The Perfect Wagnerite is for mischief-seekers and closet Marxists alike.
Appeared in The Visual Artists’ News Sheet, July – August 2016
A talk with curator Alice Planel about recent residency and exhibition 'The Perfect Wagner Rite'