Anomalous Readings James Ó hAodha (Syncopathy)

Anomalous Readings James Ó hAodha (Syncopathy)

27th Jun 2013

7pm
As this is a durational event – it is advised that visitors arrive on time.

Anomalous Readings is the second part of the Syncopathy series, where artist James Ó hAodha has taken the list of ‘Impossible Tasks’ assigned by the curators as a starting point. Ó hAodha will explore the potential of time travel during a week at the Joinery. A series of experiments will be sited in and around the venue, culminating in an event on and around the 27th of June. Playing with the notions of horizon and boundary, the artist will attempt to expand and collapse the event itself onto its audience.

James Ó hAodha is an interdisciplinary artist based in Dublin. Graduating in Sculpture at the National College of Art and Design in 2009, he has continued to develop a socially engaged practice, working for the most part beyond the bounds of the exhibition space. Ò hAodha’s interests lie in the creation of encounters, and his work often takes the form of event, specifically: intervention, performance/action and exchange.

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‘Syncopathy’ is a month long curatorial residency by Ruth Clinton and Niamh Moriarty, as part of the Invited Curators Series. Ruth and Niamh have been working collaboratively, both as artists and curators, since graduating from NCAD in 2010. Their practice encompasses performance, video, sound installation and storytelling, along with a detailed research process to convey visions of temporality and eternity.

Anomalous Readings is the second part of the Syncopathy series, where artist James Ó hAodha has taken the list of 'Impossible Tasks' assigned by the curators as a starting point. Ó hAodha will explore the potential of time travel during a week at the Joinery. A series of experiments will be sited in and around the venue, culminating in an event on and around the 27th of June. Playing with the notions of horizon and boundary, the artist will attempt to expand and collapse the event itself onto its audience. James Ó hAodha is an interdisciplinary artist based in Dublin. Graduating in Sculpture at the National College of Art and Design in 2009, he has continued to develop a socially engaged practice, working for the most part beyond the bounds of the exhibition space. Ò hAodha's interests lie in the creation of encounters, and his work often takes the form of event, specifically: intervention, performance/action and exchange. _____________________________________________ ‘Syncopathy’ is a month long curatorial residency by Ruth Clinton and Niamh Moriarty, as part of the Invited Curators Series. Ruth and Niamh have been working collaboratively, both as artists and curators, since graduating from NCAD in 2010. Their practice encompasses performance, video, sound installation and storytelling, along with a detailed research process to convey visions of temporality and eternity.Anomalous Readings is the second part of the Syncopathy series, where artist James Ó hAodha has taken the list of 'Impossible Tasks' assigned by the curators as a starting point. Ó hAodha will explore the potential of time travel during a week at the Joinery. A series of experiments will be sited in and around the venue, culminating in an event on and around the 27th of June. Playing with the notions of horizon and boundary, the artist will attempt to expand and collapse the event itself onto its audience. James Ó hAodha is an interdisciplinary artist based in Dublin. Graduating in Sculpture at the National College of Art and Design in 2009, he has continued to develop a socially engaged practice, working for the most part beyond the bounds of the exhibition space. Ò hAodha's interests lie in the creation of encounters, and his work often takes the form of event, specifically: intervention, performance/action and exchange. _____________________________________________ ‘Syncopathy’ is a month long curatorial residency by Ruth Clinton and Niamh Moriarty, as part of the Invited Curators Series. Ruth and Niamh have been working collaboratively, both as artists and curators, since graduating from NCAD in 2010. Their practice encompasses performance, video, sound installation and storytelling, along with a detailed research process to convey visions of temporality and eternity.
Anomalous Readings is the second part of the Syncopathy series, where artist James Ó hAodha has taken the list of 'Impossible Tasks' assigned by the curators as a starting point. Ó hAodha will explore the potential of time travel during a week at the Joinery. A series of experiments will be sited in and around the venue, culminating in an event on and around the 27th of June. Playing with the notions of horizon and boundary, the artist will attempt to expand and collapse the event itself onto its audience. James Ó hAodha is an interdisciplinary artist based in Dublin. Graduating in Sculpture at the National College of Art and Design in 2009, he has continued to develop a socially engaged practice, working for the most part beyond the bounds of the exhibition space. Ò hAodha's interests lie in the creation of encounters, and his work often takes the form of event, specifically: intervention, performance/action and exchange. _____________________________________________ ‘Syncopathy’ is a month long curatorial residency by Ruth Clinton and Niamh Moriarty, as part of the Invited Curators Series. Ruth and Niamh have been working collaboratively, both as artists and curators, since graduating from NCAD in 2010. Their practice encompasses performance, video, sound installation and storytelling, along with a detailed research process to convey visions of temporality and eternity.Anomalous Readings is the second part of the Syncopathy series, where artist James Ó hAodha has taken the list of 'Impossible Tasks' assigned by the curators as a starting point. Ó hAodha will explore the potential of time travel during a week at the Joinery. A series of experiments will be sited in and around the venue, culminating in an event on and around the 27th of June. Playing with the notions of horizon and boundary, the artist will attempt to expand and collapse the event itself onto its audience. James Ó hAodha is an interdisciplinary artist based in Dublin. Graduating in Sculpture at the National College of Art and Design in 2009, he has continued to develop a socially engaged practice, working for the most part beyond the bounds of the exhibition space. Ò hAodha's interests lie in the creation of encounters, and his work often takes the form of event, specifically: intervention, performance/action and exchange. _____________________________________________ ‘Syncopathy’ is a month long curatorial residency by Ruth Clinton and Niamh Moriarty, as part of the Invited Curators Series. Ruth and Niamh have been working collaboratively, both as artists and curators, since graduating from NCAD in 2010. Their practice encompasses performance, video, sound installation and storytelling, along with a detailed research process to convey visions of temporality and eternity.Anomalous Readings is the second part of the Syncopathy series, where artist James Ó hAodha has taken the list of 'Impossible Tasks' assigned by the curators as a starting point. Ó hAodha will explore the potential of time travel during a week at the Joinery. A series of experiments will be sited in and around the venue, culminating in an event on and around the 27th of June. Playing with the notions of horizon and boundary, the artist will attempt to expand and collapse the event itself onto its audience. James Ó hAodha is an interdisciplinary artist based in Dublin. Graduating in Sculpture at the National College of Art and Design in 2009, he has continued to develop a socially engaged practice, working for the most part beyond the bounds of the exhibition space. Ò hAodha's interests lie in the creation of encounters, and his work often takes the form of event, specifically: intervention, performance/action and exchange. _____________________________________________ ‘Syncopathy’ is a month long curatorial residency by Ruth Clinton and Niamh Moriarty, as part of the Invited Curators Series. Ruth and Niamh have been working collaboratively, both as artists and curators, since graduating from NCAD in 2010. Their practice encompasses performance, video, sound installation and storytelling, along with a detailed research process to convey visions of temporality and eternity.