‘5 ways to say your prayers’: The Art and Architecture of Curating People, Place and Creativity in a Post-Conflict Context. The Shed, Galway, Ireland 18th June – 23rd July 2013 Includes: 1. Co-Curation of Exhibition with Peter Mutschler, Director of PS² and 2. Morrow’s individual work as part of the exhibition, entitled ‘Departures & Arrivals: Academic Interactions with the Activities, Artists and Archive of PS² ’

Ruth Morrow, Peter Mutschler

    Research output: Non-textual formExhibition

    Abstract

    This exhibition profiles the curatorial approach of PS² and the work of creative practitioners who have practiced alongside and with the organisation. PS² is a Belfast-based, voluntary arts organisation that initiates projects inside and outside its project space. It seeks to develop a socio-spatial practice that responds to the post-conflict context of Northern Ireland, with particular focus on active intervention and social interaction between local people, creative practitioners, multidisciplinary groups and theorists.
    Morrow has collaborated with PS² since its inception in 2005, acting as curatorial advisor specifically on the projects that occur outside PS² . She regards her involvement as a parallel action to her pedagogical explorations within architectural education.

    Morrow's personal contribution to the Exhibition aimed to:
    -interrogate PS² spatial projects
    -contextualise PS² curatorial practice
    -open up the analytical framework and extend to similar local practices

    The Shed, Galway, Ireland is a joint Galway City Arts and Harbour Company venture. The exhibition subsequently travelled to DarcSpace Gallery, Dublin (Sept 2013).
    Original languageEnglish
    Place of PublicationGalway, Ireland
    PublisherThe Shed, Galway, Ireland is a joint Galway City Arts and Harbour Company venture.
    Publication statusPublished - Jun 2013

    Bibliographical note

    The exhibition ran 18th June - 23rd July, 2013

    ASJC Scopus subject areas

    • Visual Arts and Performing Arts

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