'Anja Mahler's experimental film works draw on medium and touch, the artist at points absorbing herself into the work, identifying herself as medium, and at other times serving as linker to other works in the exhibition.' Dr. Hilary Murray
Attitude Precedes Form
The Library Project, 4 Temple Bar, Dublin 2
13 - 31 January 2017
Opening Thursday 12 January 2017, 6pm - 8pm
Ella Bertilsson & Ulla Juske, Chloe Brenan. Janine Davidson, Emma Finucane, Rachel Fallon & Eleanor Phillips, Anja Mahler, Sadbh O'Brien, Alison Pilkington and Lee Welch.
Curated by Dr. Hilary Murray
Attitude Precedes Form, a Member's exhibition from the Black Church Print Studio, showcases the remarkable work being produced by Black Church Print Studio today. The exhibition premieres new work by members of the studio, responding to the curatorial questions: What are our goals for women in Ireland today? And what challenges do we now face?
Featuring projection, sound art, publication, print and performance we believe this exhibition will extend into the public conscious and serve as a point of discussion long after it closes. Attitude Precedes Form is curated by Dr. Hilary Murray for Black Church Print Studio, and features works by Ella Bertilsson & Ulla Juske, Chloe Brenan. Janine Davidson, Emma Finucane, Rachel Fallon & Eleanor Phillips, Anja Mahler, Sadbh O'Brien, Alison Pilkington and Lee Welch.