Selected Stories Part Three: Generation for Export

Selected Stories Part Three: Generation for Export

03rd Nov 2011 - 13th Nov 2011

Going-away party: Thursday 3 November 2011, 6-8pm.
Opens daily: 12-6pm

AITM Collective Life with Edits screening
Event date: Saturday 5 November 2011, 4.30 – 7pm

Stories selected by Mary Conlon.

Going-away party: Thursday 3 November 2011, 6-8pm

You are invited to a going-away party on Thursday 3 November from 6pm at the Joinery Gallery, Rosemount Terrace, Arbour Hill, Stoneybatter. Whose party? Well, that’s hard to say.

The title of the exhibition, “Generation for Export”, is a sound-bite taken from a series of online interviews collected by Eilish Tuite over the past year, discussing the issues and choices facing young Ireland. Tuite challenges the monikers and stereotypes attributed to her generation and personalises the stories through corporate-style, hand-stitched messages from this found documentary material. In the spirit of the curatorial premise for Selected Stories, partygoers are taking part in a performance of sorts to mark the shifting realities of our time, the end of a short-lived prosperity or of a certainty in what will happen tomorrow. For the duration of the exhibition, the residue of all yesterdays’ parties will be left as a reminder of what was.

Passing through to Gallery 2, you will enter the live installation work: Generation for Export. Don’t forget your passport. Éire says goodbye.

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Eilish Tuite graduated from Limerick School of Art and Design in 2011 and was the recipient of the inaugural Graduate Exhibition Award at Ormston House Gallery for the 2012 visual arts programme. Her work often includes collaborative and co-operative processes, and she founded The Make and Do Society in 2008. She has worked with SpiritStore (2009-2010) and Art in the Making Collective (2009-2010), and participated in ev+a (2010). Recent works, exhibitions and interventions have questioned the ethics of temporary public art practice. In 2010, she co-ordinated the large-scale project Urban Knit Limerick, addressing the failing urban environment, with over 5000 contributing participants worldwide.

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Life with Edits: Saturday 5 October 2011, 4.30-7pm

Art in the Making Collective presents Life With Edits, an evening of short films, followed by food and informal discussion, on the thin line between documentary and fiction, on Saturday 5 November 2011 from 4.30-7pm. We will be screening works by Sara Amido, Owen Boss, Michael Cousin, Cian Hackett, Michael Higgins, Steve Maher, Colin Martin, Paraic Mc Quaid and Aisling Crudden, and Molly O’Dwyer.

In video diaries, film essays, animated documentaries, the forms and conventions of the moving image try to bridge the gap between art and the everyday. Documentary elements filter into the language of fiction. Video installations are increasingly turning to art documentary forms and making more use of the cinematic potential of the moving image. In a perpertually accelerating culture whose pace is strengthened by hyper-reality, networking and mass-media advertising, the lines between documentary and fiction are further blurring.

Art in The Making is a fledgling student, postgrad and artist cooperative, involved in the process of new art, new voice, new ways of making, seeing, speaking, thinking and doing art, as one member explained. The collective, which has developed a long-term project, is now in its third year, seeking space for lost knowledge outside the system, but working from within it, proving that there is a space for values, art and de-commodified education in everything it does; in short, it seeks and occupies a space of possibility.

Please join us at The Joinery Gallery, 6 Rosemount Terrace, Arbour Hill, Stoneybatter on Saturday 5 November at 4.30pm for the launch of our first publication with contributions by Dr. David Brancaleone, Shane Harrington, Max Le Cain and Fiona Woods. Copies will be available for free at the event, kindly supported by the Joinery’s Selected Stories project (www.thejoinery.org) and Ormston House Gallery in Limerick (www.ormstonhouse.com)

The screenings will begin at 5pm sharp.

To book a place, please contact Gimena Blanco at lifewithedits@gmail.com.

Admission is free. We hope to see you there!

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The exhibition and event are part of the Selected Stories programme curated by the Joinery and supported by the Arts Council.

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The Selected Stories Project is a five-part project curated by the Joinery from this September to January of next year. The project will be made up of five individual shows and will include talks and screenings, bringing together a range of artists, curators and writers whose work engages with, and challenges perceptions of ‘the real’. The project will culminate in a publication of essays, writings and interviews by invited writers Rebecca O’Dwyer and Sean O’Sullivan.

Going-away party: Thursday 3 November 2011, 6-8pm You are invited to a going-away party on Thursday 3 November from 6pm at the Joinery Gallery, Rosemount Terrace, Arbour Hill, Stoneybatter. Whose party? Well, that’s hard to say. The title of the exhibition, “Generation for Export”, is a sound-bite taken from a series of online interviews collected by Eilish Tuite over the past year, discussing the issues and choices facing young Ireland. Tuite challenges the monikers and stereotypes attributed to her generation and personalises the stories through corporate-style, hand-stitched messages from this found documentary material. In the spirit of the curatorial premise for Selected Stories, partygoers are taking part in a performance of sorts to mark the shifting realities of our time, the end of a short-lived prosperity or of a certainty in what will happen tomorrow. For the duration of the exhibition, the residue of all yesterdays’ parties will be left as a reminder of what was. Passing through to Gallery 2, you will enter the live installation work: Generation for Export. Don’t forget your passport. Éire says goodbye. ------------------------------------------------------------ Eilish Tuite graduated from Limerick School of Art and Design in 2011 and was the recipient of the inaugural Graduate Exhibition Award at Ormston House Gallery for the 2012 visual arts programme. Her work often includes collaborative and co-operative processes, and she founded The Make and Do Society in 2008. She has worked with SpiritStore (2009-2010) and Art in the Making Collective (2009-2010), and participated in ev+a (2010). Recent works, exhibitions and interventions have questioned the ethics of temporary public art practice. In 2010, she co-ordinated the large-scale project Urban Knit Limerick, addressing the failing urban environment, with over 5000 contributing participants worldwide. ---------------------------------------------------------- Life with Edits: Saturday 5 October 2011, 4.30-7pm Art in the Making Collective presents Life With Edits, an evening of short films, followed by food and informal discussion, on the thin line between documentary and fiction, on Saturday 5 November 2011 from 4.30-7pm. We will be screening works by Sara Amido, Owen Boss, Michael Cousin, Cian Hackett, Michael Higgins, Steve Maher, Colin Martin, Paraic Mc Quaid and Aisling Crudden, and Molly O’Dwyer. In video diaries, film essays, animated documentaries, the forms and conventions of the moving image try to bridge the gap between art and the everyday. Documentary elements filter into the language of fiction. Video installations are increasingly turning to art documentary forms and making more use of the cinematic potential of the moving image. In a perpertually accelerating culture whose pace is strengthened by hyper-reality, networking and mass-media advertising, the lines between documentary and fiction are further blurring. Art in The Making is a fledgling student, postgrad and artist cooperative, involved in the process of new art, new voice, new ways of making, seeing, speaking, thinking and doing art, as one member explained. The collective, which has developed a long-term project, is now in its third year, seeking space for lost knowledge outside the system, but working from within it, proving that there is a space for values, art and de-commodified education in everything it does; in short, it seeks and occupies a space of possibility. Please join us at The Joinery Gallery, 6 Rosemount Terrace, Arbour Hill, Stoneybatter on Saturday 5 November at 4.30pm for the launch of our first publication with contributions by Dr. David Brancaleone, Shane Harrington, Max Le Cain and Fiona Woods. Copies will be available for free at the event, kindly supported by the Joinery’s Selected Stories project (www.thejoinery.org) and Ormston House Gallery in Limerick (www.ormstonhouse.com) The screenings will begin at 5pm sharp. To book a place, please contact Gimena Blanco at lifewithedits@gmail.com. Admission is free. We hope to see you there! ------------------------------------------------------------ The exhibition and event are part of the Selected Stories programme curated by the Joinery and supported by the Arts Council. ----------------------------------------------------------------- The Selected Stories Project is a five-part project curated by the Joinery from this September to January of next year. The project will be made up of five individual shows and will include talks and screenings, bringing together a range of artists, curators and writers whose work engages with, and challenges perceptions of ‘the real’. The project will culminate in a publication of essays, writings and interviews by invited writers Rebecca O’Dwyer and Sean O’Sullivan.Going-away party: Thursday 3 November 2011, 6-8pm You are invited to a going-away party on Thursday 3 November from 6pm at the Joinery Gallery, Rosemount Terrace, Arbour Hill, Stoneybatter. Whose party? Well, that’s hard to say. The title of the exhibition, “Generation for Export”, is a sound-bite taken from a series of online interviews collected by Eilish Tuite over the past year, discussing the issues and choices facing young Ireland. Tuite challenges the monikers and stereotypes attributed to her generation and personalises the stories through corporate-style, hand-stitched messages from this found documentary material. In the spirit of the curatorial premise for Selected Stories, partygoers are taking part in a performance of sorts to mark the shifting realities of our time, the end of a short-lived prosperity or of a certainty in what will happen tomorrow. For the duration of the exhibition, the residue of all yesterdays’ parties will be left as a reminder of what was. Passing through to Gallery 2, you will enter the live installation work: Generation for Export. Don’t forget your passport. Éire says goodbye. ------------------------------------------------------------ Eilish Tuite graduated from Limerick School of Art and Design in 2011 and was the recipient of the inaugural Graduate Exhibition Award at Ormston House Gallery for the 2012 visual arts programme. Her work often includes collaborative and co-operative processes, and she founded The Make and Do Society in 2008. She has worked with SpiritStore (2009-2010) and Art in the Making Collective (2009-2010), and participated in ev+a (2010). Recent works, exhibitions and interventions have questioned the ethics of temporary public art practice. In 2010, she co-ordinated the large-scale project Urban Knit Limerick, addressing the failing urban environment, with over 5000 contributing participants worldwide. ---------------------------------------------------------- Life with Edits: Saturday 5 October 2011, 4.30-7pm Art in the Making Collective presents Life With Edits, an evening of short films, followed by food and informal discussion, on the thin line between documentary and fiction, on Saturday 5 November 2011 from 4.30-7pm. We will be screening works by Sara Amido, Owen Boss, Michael Cousin, Cian Hackett, Michael Higgins, Steve Maher, Colin Martin, Paraic Mc Quaid and Aisling Crudden, and Molly O’Dwyer. In video diaries, film essays, animated documentaries, the forms and conventions of the moving image try to bridge the gap between art and the everyday. Documentary elements filter into the language of fiction. Video installations are increasingly turning to art documentary forms and making more use of the cinematic potential of the moving image. In a perpertually accelerating culture whose pace is strengthened by hyper-reality, networking and mass-media advertising, the lines between documentary and fiction are further blurring. Art in The Making is a fledgling student, postgrad and artist cooperative, involved in the process of new art, new voice, new ways of making, seeing, speaking, thinking and doing art, as one member explained. The collective, which has developed a long-term project, is now in its third year, seeking space for lost knowledge outside the system, but working from within it, proving that there is a space for values, art and de-commodified education in everything it does; in short, it seeks and occupies a space of possibility. Please join us at The Joinery Gallery, 6 Rosemount Terrace, Arbour Hill, Stoneybatter on Saturday 5 November at 4.30pm for the launch of our first publication with contributions by Dr. David Brancaleone, Shane Harrington, Max Le Cain and Fiona Woods. Copies will be available for free at the event, kindly supported by the Joinery’s Selected Stories project (www.thejoinery.org) and Ormston House Gallery in Limerick (www.ormstonhouse.com) The screenings will begin at 5pm sharp. To book a place, please contact Gimena Blanco at lifewithedits@gmail.com. Admission is free. We hope to see you there! ------------------------------------------------------------ The exhibition and event are part of the Selected Stories programme curated by the Joinery and supported by the Arts Council. ----------------------------------------------------------------- The Selected Stories Project is a five-part project curated by the Joinery from this September to January of next year. The project will be made up of five individual shows and will include talks and screenings, bringing together a range of artists, curators and writers whose work engages with, and challenges perceptions of ‘the real’. The project will culminate in a publication of essays, writings and interviews by invited writers Rebecca O’Dwyer and Sean O’Sullivan.
Going-away party: Thursday 3 November 2011, 6-8pm You are invited to a going-away party on Thursday 3 November from 6pm at the Joinery Gallery, Rosemount Terrace, Arbour Hill, Stoneybatter. Whose party? Well, that’s hard to say. The title of the exhibition, “Generation for Export”, is a sound-bite taken from a series of online interviews collected by Eilish Tuite over the past year, discussing the issues and choices facing young Ireland. Tuite challenges the monikers and stereotypes attributed to her generation and personalises the stories through corporate-style, hand-stitched messages from this found documentary material. In the spirit of the curatorial premise for Selected Stories, partygoers are taking part in a performance of sorts to mark the shifting realities of our time, the end of a short-lived prosperity or of a certainty in what will happen tomorrow. For the duration of the exhibition, the residue of all yesterdays’ parties will be left as a reminder of what was. Passing through to Gallery 2, you will enter the live installation work: Generation for Export. Don’t forget your passport. Éire says goodbye. ------------------------------------------------------------ Eilish Tuite graduated from Limerick School of Art and Design in 2011 and was the recipient of the inaugural Graduate Exhibition Award at Ormston House Gallery for the 2012 visual arts programme. Her work often includes collaborative and co-operative processes, and she founded The Make and Do Society in 2008. She has worked with SpiritStore (2009-2010) and Art in the Making Collective (2009-2010), and participated in ev+a (2010). Recent works, exhibitions and interventions have questioned the ethics of temporary public art practice. In 2010, she co-ordinated the large-scale project Urban Knit Limerick, addressing the failing urban environment, with over 5000 contributing participants worldwide. ---------------------------------------------------------- Life with Edits: Saturday 5 October 2011, 4.30-7pm Art in the Making Collective presents Life With Edits, an evening of short films, followed by food and informal discussion, on the thin line between documentary and fiction, on Saturday 5 November 2011 from 4.30-7pm. We will be screening works by Sara Amido, Owen Boss, Michael Cousin, Cian Hackett, Michael Higgins, Steve Maher, Colin Martin, Paraic Mc Quaid and Aisling Crudden, and Molly O’Dwyer. In video diaries, film essays, animated documentaries, the forms and conventions of the moving image try to bridge the gap between art and the everyday. Documentary elements filter into the language of fiction. Video installations are increasingly turning to art documentary forms and making more use of the cinematic potential of the moving image. In a perpertually accelerating culture whose pace is strengthened by hyper-reality, networking and mass-media advertising, the lines between documentary and fiction are further blurring. Art in The Making is a fledgling student, postgrad and artist cooperative, involved in the process of new art, new voice, new ways of making, seeing, speaking, thinking and doing art, as one member explained. The collective, which has developed a long-term project, is now in its third year, seeking space for lost knowledge outside the system, but working from within it, proving that there is a space for values, art and de-commodified education in everything it does; in short, it seeks and occupies a space of possibility. Please join us at The Joinery Gallery, 6 Rosemount Terrace, Arbour Hill, Stoneybatter on Saturday 5 November at 4.30pm for the launch of our first publication with contributions by Dr. David Brancaleone, Shane Harrington, Max Le Cain and Fiona Woods. Copies will be available for free at the event, kindly supported by the Joinery’s Selected Stories project (www.thejoinery.org) and Ormston House Gallery in Limerick (www.ormstonhouse.com) The screenings will begin at 5pm sharp. To book a place, please contact Gimena Blanco at lifewithedits@gmail.com. Admission is free. We hope to see you there! ------------------------------------------------------------ The exhibition and event are part of the Selected Stories programme curated by the Joinery and supported by the Arts Council. ----------------------------------------------------------------- The Selected Stories Project is a five-part project curated by the Joinery from this September to January of next year. The project will be made up of five individual shows and will include talks and screenings, bringing together a range of artists, curators and writers whose work engages with, and challenges perceptions of ‘the real’. The project will culminate in a publication of essays, writings and interviews by invited writers Rebecca O’Dwyer and Sean O’Sullivan.Going-away party: Thursday 3 November 2011, 6-8pm You are invited to a going-away party on Thursday 3 November from 6pm at the Joinery Gallery, Rosemount Terrace, Arbour Hill, Stoneybatter. Whose party? Well, that’s hard to say. The title of the exhibition, “Generation for Export”, is a sound-bite taken from a series of online interviews collected by Eilish Tuite over the past year, discussing the issues and choices facing young Ireland. Tuite challenges the monikers and stereotypes attributed to her generation and personalises the stories through corporate-style, hand-stitched messages from this found documentary material. In the spirit of the curatorial premise for Selected Stories, partygoers are taking part in a performance of sorts to mark the shifting realities of our time, the end of a short-lived prosperity or of a certainty in what will happen tomorrow. For the duration of the exhibition, the residue of all yesterdays’ parties will be left as a reminder of what was. Passing through to Gallery 2, you will enter the live installation work: Generation for Export. Don’t forget your passport. Éire says goodbye. ------------------------------------------------------------ Eilish Tuite graduated from Limerick School of Art and Design in 2011 and was the recipient of the inaugural Graduate Exhibition Award at Ormston House Gallery for the 2012 visual arts programme. Her work often includes collaborative and co-operative processes, and she founded The Make and Do Society in 2008. She has worked with SpiritStore (2009-2010) and Art in the Making Collective (2009-2010), and participated in ev+a (2010). Recent works, exhibitions and interventions have questioned the ethics of temporary public art practice. In 2010, she co-ordinated the large-scale project Urban Knit Limerick, addressing the failing urban environment, with over 5000 contributing participants worldwide. ---------------------------------------------------------- Life with Edits: Saturday 5 October 2011, 4.30-7pm Art in the Making Collective presents Life With Edits, an evening of short films, followed by food and informal discussion, on the thin line between documentary and fiction, on Saturday 5 November 2011 from 4.30-7pm. We will be screening works by Sara Amido, Owen Boss, Michael Cousin, Cian Hackett, Michael Higgins, Steve Maher, Colin Martin, Paraic Mc Quaid and Aisling Crudden, and Molly O’Dwyer. In video diaries, film essays, animated documentaries, the forms and conventions of the moving image try to bridge the gap between art and the everyday. Documentary elements filter into the language of fiction. Video installations are increasingly turning to art documentary forms and making more use of the cinematic potential of the moving image. In a perpertually accelerating culture whose pace is strengthened by hyper-reality, networking and mass-media advertising, the lines between documentary and fiction are further blurring. Art in The Making is a fledgling student, postgrad and artist cooperative, involved in the process of new art, new voice, new ways of making, seeing, speaking, thinking and doing art, as one member explained. The collective, which has developed a long-term project, is now in its third year, seeking space for lost knowledge outside the system, but working from within it, proving that there is a space for values, art and de-commodified education in everything it does; in short, it seeks and occupies a space of possibility. Please join us at The Joinery Gallery, 6 Rosemount Terrace, Arbour Hill, Stoneybatter on Saturday 5 November at 4.30pm for the launch of our first publication with contributions by Dr. David Brancaleone, Shane Harrington, Max Le Cain and Fiona Woods. Copies will be available for free at the event, kindly supported by the Joinery’s Selected Stories project (www.thejoinery.org) and Ormston House Gallery in Limerick (www.ormstonhouse.com) The screenings will begin at 5pm sharp. To book a place, please contact Gimena Blanco at lifewithedits@gmail.com. Admission is free. We hope to see you there! ------------------------------------------------------------ The exhibition and event are part of the Selected Stories programme curated by the Joinery and supported by the Arts Council. ----------------------------------------------------------------- The Selected Stories Project is a five-part project curated by the Joinery from this September to January of next year. The project will be made up of five individual shows and will include talks and screenings, bringing together a range of artists, curators and writers whose work engages with, and challenges perceptions of ‘the real’. The project will culminate in a publication of essays, writings and interviews by invited writers Rebecca O’Dwyer and Sean O’Sullivan.Going-away party: Thursday 3 November 2011, 6-8pm You are invited to a going-away party on Thursday 3 November from 6pm at the Joinery Gallery, Rosemount Terrace, Arbour Hill, Stoneybatter. Whose party? Well, that’s hard to say. The title of the exhibition, “Generation for Export”, is a sound-bite taken from a series of online interviews collected by Eilish Tuite over the past year, discussing the issues and choices facing young Ireland. Tuite challenges the monikers and stereotypes attributed to her generation and personalises the stories through corporate-style, hand-stitched messages from this found documentary material. In the spirit of the curatorial premise for Selected Stories, partygoers are taking part in a performance of sorts to mark the shifting realities of our time, the end of a short-lived prosperity or of a certainty in what will happen tomorrow. For the duration of the exhibition, the residue of all yesterdays’ parties will be left as a reminder of what was. Passing through to Gallery 2, you will enter the live installation work: Generation for Export. Don’t forget your passport. Éire says goodbye. ------------------------------------------------------------ Eilish Tuite graduated from Limerick School of Art and Design in 2011 and was the recipient of the inaugural Graduate Exhibition Award at Ormston House Gallery for the 2012 visual arts programme. Her work often includes collaborative and co-operative processes, and she founded The Make and Do Society in 2008. She has worked with SpiritStore (2009-2010) and Art in the Making Collective (2009-2010), and participated in ev+a (2010). Recent works, exhibitions and interventions have questioned the ethics of temporary public art practice. In 2010, she co-ordinated the large-scale project Urban Knit Limerick, addressing the failing urban environment, with over 5000 contributing participants worldwide. ---------------------------------------------------------- Life with Edits: Saturday 5 October 2011, 4.30-7pm Art in the Making Collective presents Life With Edits, an evening of short films, followed by food and informal discussion, on the thin line between documentary and fiction, on Saturday 5 November 2011 from 4.30-7pm. We will be screening works by Sara Amido, Owen Boss, Michael Cousin, Cian Hackett, Michael Higgins, Steve Maher, Colin Martin, Paraic Mc Quaid and Aisling Crudden, and Molly O’Dwyer. In video diaries, film essays, animated documentaries, the forms and conventions of the moving image try to bridge the gap between art and the everyday. Documentary elements filter into the language of fiction. Video installations are increasingly turning to art documentary forms and making more use of the cinematic potential of the moving image. In a perpertually accelerating culture whose pace is strengthened by hyper-reality, networking and mass-media advertising, the lines between documentary and fiction are further blurring. Art in The Making is a fledgling student, postgrad and artist cooperative, involved in the process of new art, new voice, new ways of making, seeing, speaking, thinking and doing art, as one member explained. The collective, which has developed a long-term project, is now in its third year, seeking space for lost knowledge outside the system, but working from within it, proving that there is a space for values, art and de-commodified education in everything it does; in short, it seeks and occupies a space of possibility. Please join us at The Joinery Gallery, 6 Rosemount Terrace, Arbour Hill, Stoneybatter on Saturday 5 November at 4.30pm for the launch of our first publication with contributions by Dr. David Brancaleone, Shane Harrington, Max Le Cain and Fiona Woods. Copies will be available for free at the event, kindly supported by the Joinery’s Selected Stories project (www.thejoinery.org) and Ormston House Gallery in Limerick (www.ormstonhouse.com) The screenings will begin at 5pm sharp. To book a place, please contact Gimena Blanco at lifewithedits@gmail.com. Admission is free. We hope to see you there! ------------------------------------------------------------ The exhibition and event are part of the Selected Stories programme curated by the Joinery and supported by the Arts Council. ----------------------------------------------------------------- The Selected Stories Project is a five-part project curated by the Joinery from this September to January of next year. The project will be made up of five individual shows and will include talks and screenings, bringing together a range of artists, curators and writers whose work engages with, and challenges perceptions of ‘the real’. The project will culminate in a publication of essays, writings and interviews by invited writers Rebecca O’Dwyer and Sean O’Sullivan.