‘Home’ Exhibition by Bare Collective for PhotoIreland Canon Open Programme

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Bio.space 033 are delighted to present Bare Collective’s ‘Home’ Exhibition launching on Thursday 3rd July 2014 @6pm. Bare Collective are Tony Kane,Mark Ponisi, Kieran Quigley and Claire Byrne and work across lens-based media.

” ‘Home’ is a multimedia exhibition documenting the contrasting life and experiences of an Irish photographer living in Palestine with those of Palestinians living in our local communities in Ireland. The word ‘home’ by its very nature means a place of love and security. It can mean people, places, houses or just a feeling.”

This is their first group exhibition as a collective and is taking place within the context of the PhotoIreland Canon Open Programme. It aims to give visitors an opportunity to interrogate their own concepts of ‘home’ and to encourage dialogue surrounding ones own identity.

Launch: Th 3rd July @6pm
Until 31st July

Opening Times:
Tue-Thu: 12pm to 6pm
Fri: 12pm to 4pm
Sat/Sun: 10am to 4pm

Join our Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/309936802515987/
http://www.bare-collective.com/
Queries & RSVPs: info@bare-collective.com

Show your work in bio.space for the PhotoIreland Canon Open Programme

Show your work in bio.space for the PhotoIreland Canon Open Programme

We are now taking submissions for the third consecutive year by artists and arts collectives who have entered the PhotoIreland Canon Open Programme.
After critically acclaimed exhibitions by Kate Nolan (2012) & Hugh McElveen (2013), we are looking for an individual or collective who will explore notions of narrative and photojournalism through architecture and portraiture.
The space is available from 30th June to 27th July on a two-week or four-week basis.
For more information, please contact us at bio.space033@gmail.com before Friday 6th June.

Photograph detail by Hugh McElveen

Culture Night @ bio.space033 + ArtHouse & Lauren Ipsom

Launch Wed 18th @6pm – Open Fri 20th for Culture Night til 11pm – Until Sat 21st 6pm
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Dark Matter is a co-exhibition by emerging Dublin-based visual arts collectives ArtHouse and Lauren Ipsom. Come discover a kaleidoscope of up-and-coming talents articulated around the theme of exposure. Dark Matter also aims at shedding light on the role of collectives in fostering artistic talent.

Launch: Wednesday 18th September @6pm
Exhibition continues until Saturday 21st September.
Exhibition will be open until 11pm on Friday 20th September for Culture Night.

RSVP: bio.space033@gmail.com or on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/586025034772845/ 

Talking About / Paying For -a PhotoIreland Exhibition by Hugh McElveen -03/07 @6pm

Launch Wednesday 3rd July 2013. Exhibition continues until Wednesday 17th July.

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Hugh McElveen’s use of photography could –almost– be incidental. Linguistics, topography and psychology are the cornerstones of ‘Talking About / Paying For’.  Distorted and dream-like, McElveen’s photographs come to reinforce the subjective nature of the topic of prostitution, constantly swaying between intimacy and voyeurism.

Over the course of a year, Hugh McElveen patiently built up the coup de maître of re-opening a debate on the sex industry without clichés and romantic notions. Documenting a taboo Dublin and engaging with former and current sex-workers –of which Rachel Moran is one, McElveen manages to expose both sides of the argument without complacency. This comes at a crucial time when legislation is about to dramatically transform those ephemeral physical and psychological landscapes McElveen crystallised with acute minimalism.

RSVP to launch @ bio.space033@gmail.com https://www.facebook.com/events/464397940318694/
Exhibition continues until Wednesday 17th July and comes with a full programme of activities.
Opening times: Weekdays 10am to 6pm; Weekends 10am to 5pm.

Debate & Artist Talk:  Tuesday 9th  July 5pm
Pinhole Camera Workshop: Saturday 13th  July 9.30am to 1.30pm
Screenings, Pop-Corn & BYOB: Wednesday 17th July 7pm
Stereoscope Schedule, 7pm to 9pm: 4th Smithfield Square, 8th Waterloo Road, 10th Mountjoy Square, 12th    Grand Canal Dock, 15th  IFSC

With thanks to Canon Ireland and the Ormond Meeting Rooms.
www.hughmce.com

Please note this exihbition is open to over-18s only

WAKE – A multi-sensorial Installation by K Bear Koss – Thursday 09 May @6pm

Launch Thursday 09th May 6pm – 10pm. Exhibition continues until Sunday 19th May.

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WAKE celebrates K’s return to solo exhibition. Created to bio.space’s specs, “the multimedia sculptural installations of this show are comprised of eight years’ worth of detritus, artefacts and abandoned materials. It is at once both the evidence of the passage of a massive undertaking, as well as the public viewing of a role and identity laid to rest. Contextually, it suggests behaviours of consumption and materialism, and the trails we all leave behind.”

K will reveal the full scale of this overwhelming sculptural installation  on Thursday 9th May at 6pm.

Launch: Thursday 9th May, 6pm – 10pm
Exhibition continues until Sunday 19th May.
Exhibition will be open 12 to 6pm on weekdays & 10am to 5pm weekdays.

RSVP: bio.space033@gmail.com or on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/328371060623070/

http://transeverythingism.com/about/exhibitions/wake/

“Death of Intimacy & Birth of Monuments” exhibition by Hugh McElveen, Wed 17/04 @6pm

Launch & Tasting: Wednesday 17th April at 6pm

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Hugh McElveen is presenting his first solo exhibition in bio.space 033 after a trip to Italy where he documented the organic olive oil production process of Lino Olivieri. However, during that process, something entirely different caught his attention: the old sprung mattresses recycled as garden defences against the onslaught of wildlife. The beds function shifts “from passive support of our relaxation to an active defence against our intruders.”

Hugh puts together a compelling body of work, between figuration and abstraction, full of Smithonian reflections and reminiscent of the Japanese aesthetics of wabi-sabi. By framing his prints in metal, Hugh will attempt at recreating the ‘fortified borders’ of the Italian horticultural landscape, while Lino himself will bring the last missing ingredient, the sun, as he will offer tastings of his world class production.

Info & RSVP: bio.space033@gmail.com
http://www.hughmce.com/
http://www.olivierioliveoil.com/
http://biospace033.wordpress.com/

bio.space 033 available for bookings

We are now taking bookings for March to December 2013. You can see more pictures of the space here and check for availabilities here. Just contact us at bio.space033@gmail.com. We will also have calls for submissions for outdoors work and PhotoIreland soon.

the bio.space team

bio.space033

bio.space033

Invitation to the launch of Christmas Caribbean Th 15/11 at 6pm

Swap the lonesome pine for the coconut tree this Christmas and enjoy a hot and stylish festive season thanks to our secret treasure chest of arts, crafts, decor and exclusive wines & delicacies. It’s not just a shop it’s a whole experience with free workshops, discounts and a hamper service.

LAUNCH: Thursday 15th November from 5pm with free tastings and live  music!
RSVP: bio.space033@gmail.com or on Facebook. You can also call 085 153 7433. Location is here.

Looking forward to seeing you there!

Bio.space

Invitation to the launch of DC2: Gentrify THIS!

We are delighted to be part of DC2: Gentrify THIS! a contemporary arts festival taking place in Dublin’s Markets Quarter. We hope to see you in bio.space next Thursday! Find out more at http://dublincontemptibles.wordpress.com/ Take care!

Kate Nolan’s exhibition ‘NEITHER’ for PhotoIreland extended to Sunday 22nd July

Due to popular demand, Kate Nolan’s exhibition NEITHER | OPEN Programme PhotoIreland is extended to Sunday 22nd July.

Exhibited for the very first time since it’s completion, NEITHER brings you into the lives of women in Kaliningrad, a Russian enclave on the Baltic Sea between Poland and Lithuania. Intimate but uncompromising, Kate’s work has already been widely viewed and reviewed.

Exhibition is open every day from 12pm to 6pm.
Showing at bio.space033, 33 Charles St West, D7.

biospace033.worpress.combio.space033@gmail.comMAP

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