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Escalate. A rope. Defiant Irish Woman. Fear. Dreadful tension. The Pull A collaborative performance by Ella de Burca and Elaine McCague The Atrium, Temple Bar Gallery and Studios, Dublin 28 October 2015 Haiku Review by Fujimoto Ryouji
Haiku Review: Bent Knees are a Give Isabel Nolan Kerlin Gallery, Dublin 1 April – 16 May 2015 by Fujimoto Ryouji Established artist makes new work ‘about something’. Better when it wasn’t.
Haiku Review: GOBO by Ella de Burca ArtBox, Dublin 6 February – 14 March 2015 Haiku review by Fujimoto Ryouji Through windows unhinged Stacked sculpture, on screen, blinded Peru and Casement
Haiku Review: Workers Café Temple Bar Gallery & Studios 11 October – 2 November 2013 By Fujimoto Ryouji A noble pop-up. Local produce. Workshops. But what of The Lockout?
Haiku Review: Tree Worksby Nigel CookeThe Douglas Hyde Gallery, Dublin31 May – 17 July 2013 By Fujimoto Ryouji Heads and blobs and streaks…(’bout time something big was shown) And small scenes ground them.
Haiku Review: This Situationby Tino SehgalIrish Museum of Modern Art, Earlsfort Terrace, Dublin12 April – 19 May 2013 By Fujimoto Ryouji “Wwwwweeeelcome” audience.Or actors? The stage is inquestion. Meta-script.
Haiku Review: Tentamen Lucy Andrews, Alan Butler, Joseph Coveney, Niall de Buitléar, David Eager Maher, Aoibheann Greenan, and John O’Connell 13 North Great Georges Street, Dublin 25 – 27 October 2012 By Fujimoto Ryouji Talent from Dublin got together and made a haunted house of sorts
Haiku Review: Becoming Alice Maher Irish Museum of Modern Art, Earlsfort Terrace, Dublin 6 October 2012 – 3 February 2013 By Fujimoto Ryouji Innocent bodies, dreamlike, she directs nature with haunting appeal
Haiku Review: Ctrl-C/Ctrl-V By Anthony Antonellis. Curated by Nora O’ Murchú Steambox, Dublin 17 August – 1 September 2012 By Fujimoto Ryouji Net ‘new aesthetic’ Pinwheel of Death: reified Turrell in the back
Haiku Review: Stranger in a Strange Land By David Callan 126 Artist-run Gallery, Galway 11 August – 8 September 2012 By Fujimoto Ryouji The show is a set For a live video stream Starring: Achill Henge
Haiku Review: Dogs Adrian McGrath, Ben Reilly, Bridget O’Gorman, Cassie Kirby, Christian Jankowski, Isabel Nolan, Magnhild Opdøl, Michael Beirne, Michael Durand, Rachael Corcoran, TINKEBELL and Vanessa Donoso-Lopez. Curated by Rachael Corcoran Ormston House, Limerick 4th – 26th May 2012 By Akiko Tochikura ‘Twas a real dog show… Not a looker in the bunch. Woof, woof, woof, woof, woof.
Haiku Review: One of its Legs is Both the Same Joe Hanley The Dock, Carrick on Shannon, Co Leitrum 18th April – 2nd June 2012 by Hentai Roboto Reorganising Faculty to form new thought Metamorphosis
Haiku Review: entrance, entrance Alan Butler, Gabriele Beveridge, Juliette Bonneviot, Mick Peter, and Peles Empire (Katharina Stoever and Barbara Wolff). Curated by Isobel Harbison Temple Bar Gallery & Studios, Dublin 13 April – 02 June 2012 By Fujimoto Ryouji A wall by Xerox frames confounding art, includes wood occupy dog.
Haiku Review: A MacGuffin and Some Other Things Lucy Andrews, Işıl Eğrikavuk, David Hall, Alice Rekab, and Judith Scott. Curated by Vaari Claffey Project Arts Centre, Dublin 12 April–16 June 2012 By Fujimoto Ryouji Massive upturned tent Below: monitors, headphones Hanging things above
Haiku Review: Yayoi Kusama Yayoi Kusama Tate Modern 9 February – 5 June 2012 by Hentai Roboto Like walking through the Taschen or Phaidon book with Best pages torn out
Haiku Review: Good Hatchery The Good Hatchery NCAD Gallery 12th – 21st March 2012 By Fujimoto Ryouji NCAD bought new portable sauna for The Good Hatchery
Haiku Review: The Horse Show Robert Armstrong, Katherine Boucher Beug, John Byrne, David Chancellor, Peter Curling, Conor Fallon, Anita Groener, Tim Flach, Maïder Fortuné, Nevan Lahart, Paddy Lennon, Nick Miller, Janet Mullarney, Perry Ogden, Michael Quane RHA, Simon Reilly, Dermot Seymour, Max Streicher and Hazel Walker Galleries II and III, Royal Hibernian Academy 13 January – 25 March 2012 By Fujimoto Ryouji Contemporary equine public engagement… It actually works.
Haiku Review: Bit Symphony Liam O’Callaghan Temple Bar Gallery 16 December 2011 – 4 February 2012 by Hentai Roboto Making lots of noise Many lives lived through music Miss it and miss out