in the making: High Heart @ Pallas Projects

Work from my current studio research is being exhibited online as part of a collaboration between IADT degree year students and Pallas Projects & Studios, Dublin.

High Heart presents new work by IADT Degree year Art students, gathered at a specific moment in time. Like all previous iterations of In the making, High Heart is oriented toward the future. The works in this exhibition have come to life in many different places – studios, bedrooms, laptops, back gardens, sheds and kitchens. These things (like their makers) are dispersed and separated in space. But in High Heart they cohere temporarily into a living entity animated by a shared curiosity about the world, and a commitment to the process of making art.

The online exhibition includes works realised in a range of media, exploring themes such as new forms of intimacy in public and private space; tensions between fabricated and organic structures; traditions surrounding death and funerals; mechanisms for the control of nature; representations of the human body; and the constant demand for emotional labour in the customer service industry.

Curatorial Team, IADT

In the making is conceived as an experiment in learning through exhibition-making, developed with guidance from PP/S co-curator Gavin Murphy and assistance from post-graduate students on IADT’s MA in Art & Research Collaboration (ARC). Since 2015 the project has provided an early-stage glimpse into the ideas, materials and techniques currently being researched and tested by BA students and a valuable opportunity for them to extend their practices beyond the IADT studios.

Pallas Projects & Studios

High Heart includes two online gatherings, devised by IADT Degree year students:

Friday 19 February, 12pm:

Jesse Jones will respond to student questions about sustaining art practice beyond college

Friday 26 February, 12pm:

Alice Butler [aemi] and Maeve Connolly [IADT] will explore how artists, curators and programmers have adapted to new modes of exhibition.

These events are open to the public, please register on Eventbrite.

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