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A Score for Six Photographs


A score for six photographs

The re-appropriation of sensuality
Exhibition & Performance
The Joinery, Dublin, 2014
Curated by Marysia Wieckiewicz-Carroll
with Faye Green

Photographs by Louis Haugh
Flags for queer cruising sites
Applique, velvet, upholstery fabric, satin, cotton, ribbon, woven ribbon, denim, dimensions variable, 2018

The Re-appropriation of Desire in Public Archive Kabinet Berlin 2017Exhibited as part of the launch of the publication Having A Kiki Queer Desire & Public Space with Paper Visual Art

A score for six photographs

Exhibition & Performance
The Joinery, Dublin, 2014

Exhibition ReviewWallpapered Photocopied Photographs (dimensions variable), Printed Score, Performance

It starts with an invitation, a gentle, playful gesture asking to explore and connect, to inquire, to build body sculptures and wrestle with some thoughts and forces. It’s about pleasure and desire, pushing the boundaries of what we perceive as comfortable. Yet, it is not uncomfortable. It’s visual, it’s beyond constraints and moral hiccups.

This is the Dublin chapter of an on-going work ‘The Re-appropriation of sensuality’ developed by Emma Haugh in 2013 as part of her residency at the Joinery. It comprises of photographs, texts and collaboratively selected scripts, architectural body sculptures and inquisitive arrangements by Holly O’Brien and Aileen Murphy and a score produced by Faye Green.

Exhibition text by Marysia Wieckiewicz-Carroll

Collaborators: Marysia Wieckiewicz-Carroll, Holly O’Brien, Aileen Murphy, Faye Green and RGKSKSRG (Rachael Gilbourne & Kate Strain)

PDF download exhibition score Tender Remains - by Faye Green


︎Collected Art ReviewHugh McCabe 2014 (IE)
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