PULL BITE RALLY

20 Nov - 16 Dec 2014
NCAD Gallery, 100 Thomas Street, Dublin 8

BRIAN FAY / DAMIEN FLOOD / JESSE JONES / ISABEL NOLAN / SARAH PIERCE

 

An exhibition and parallel event series to mark the Black Church Process Programme. This exhibition was made possible by project funding from Dublin City Council.

The Black Church Print Studio in collaboration and partnership with NCAD Gallery is pleased to present Pull Bite Rally, an exhibition and parallel event series to mark the Black Church Print Studio Process Projects.The Black Church Process Project is a Black Church Print Studio initiative that invites leading art practitioners to work with the resources of Black Church Print Studio in the production of innovative, original artworks. The programme has a strong commitment to the production of editions, multiples or individual projects within the context of contemporary practice. - See more at: http://www.ncad.ie/gallery-event/view/pull-bite-rally#sthash.JHHAgVYs.dpuf

 

The Black Church Print Studio in collaboration and partnership with NCAD Gallery is pleased to present Pull Bite Rally, an exhibition and parallel event series to mark the Black Church Print Studio Process Projects. The Black Church Process Project is a Black Church Print Studio initiative that invites leading art practitioners to work with the resources of Black Church Print Studio in the production of innovative, original artworks. The programme has a strong commitment to the production of editions, multiples or individual projects within the context of contemporary practice.

 

Gallery opening hours 1pm - 5pm. Admission is free.

 

Exhibition open view 6pm, Wednesday 19th November 2014 at NCAD Gallery.

www.ncad.ie/gallery-event/view/pull-bite-rally

 


 

EXHIBITION EVENTS


Wednesday 19 November, 7pm:
Sarah Pierce performance on the opening night of Pull Bite Rally
NCAD Gallery


Friday 21 November, 5.30pm:
A screening of Before the page has turned by Jaki Irvine
Harry Clarke House Lecture
Theatre, NCAD


Monday 24 November, 6pm:
Ciara Phillips, artist and 2014 Turner Prize nominee in conversation with Declan Long.
Keynote lecture funded by NCAD Research Institute.
Harry Clarke House, NCAD


Friday 28 November, 2-4pm:
Repeat. Don't stop.
Public seminar by MA (Art in the Contemporary World) NCAD investigates critical engagement with current forms of artistic repetition and reproduction; considering how ideas and processes explored in the Pull Bite Rally exhibition relate to the broader contexts of 21st century art.
Harry Clarke House, NCAD


Friday 28 November, 5.30pm:
Process Panel Discussion
Process artists: Brian Fay / Damien Flood / Jesse Jones with master printmakers Debora Ando /
Mary A. Fitzgerald / print coordinator Dave McGinn. Chaired by Colin Martin
NCAD Gallery


Monday 1 December, 2pm:
Sarah Pierce in conversation with Donal Maguire, Curator and Administrator of the ESB Centre for the Study of Irish Art at the National Gallery of Ireland will talk about the collaboration between the artist and the archive in the context of Pierce's work, My dear Betty.
NCAD Gallery


Wednesday 3 December, 5pm:

TV Museum: The Mini-Series, Maeve Connolly investigates temporal, social and political aspects of serial publication and distribution. Connolly's titled Serial Publications and Practices lecture reconsiders some of the strategies employed by General Idea and also explores the work of various contemporary artists and institutions engaged in the production of newspapers, journals and serialised moving images, posing questions about the changing form and function of seriality in art, media and culture.
Harry Clarke House, NCAD


Friday 5 December, 5pm:
GUM Collective screen their self-made documentary on what it means to be part of a collective, with Q & A session. GUM will also launch their current publication.
Harry Clarke House, NCAD


Tuesday 9 December, 5.30pm:

Once a printmaker, always a printmaker
15 minute professional practice / artists presentations: Debora Ando / Cora Cummins / Taffina Flood / Andrew Folan / John Graham / Raymond Henshaw / Mary A. Fitzgerald / Margaret O'Brien
Harry Clarke House, NCAD


Wednesday 10 December 4.30pm:

Prosperity Project
Percent for Art commission for the Convention Centre Dublin. Jesse Jones in conversation with Jacquie Moore, OPW and master printmaker, Raymond Henshaw.
Black Church Print Studio


Friday 12 December, 5pm:
The Palimpsest Project
NCAD Fine Art Print Department presents a lecture and student discussion forum. A thirty-minute screening of the student time-lapse animation spanning over ten years. Introduced by the Head of Fine Art Print, NCAD, Andrew Folan.
Harry Clarke House, NCAD