By Giordan Castellon ‘Cholet’ (not to be confused with the French town) is an ugly word, and Freddy Mamani, the inspiring mind behind the bright neo-Andean superstructures that have […]
By Weronika Kocurkiewicz While scrolling aimlessly through my Instagram feed, I came across an image of a Native American woman set in an artificial ‘natural’ setting, full of […]
By Charlotte Lee That women are unappreciated in the world of art is not exactly groundbreaking news. Western art is traditionally the domain of white, upper-classmen and the […]
By Ciara Kummert The Hugh Lane Amanda Dunsmore: Keeper The exhibition marks 20-years since the Belfast/ Good Friday agreement. Dunsmore looks at social and political issues in Northern Ireland […]
By Stacey Wrenn This title may sound like an oxymoron upon first glance, how can you have a newer version of something that’s entire basis is in the past? What […]
By Sulla Montes I firmly believe that there will come a time when the old-fashioned pencil sketches on tracing paper will be completely replaced with computer-aided architectural design […]
By Fiona McLoone The giant billboards and moving visual displays we are confronted with on the streets of Dublin are very dependent on both digital printing and vinyl […]
By David Boyd During the twentieth century, artworks had the ability to mobilise audiences behind political ideologies, and some of the most progressive developments in the use of […]
Aislinn Irvine looks at The Moth, a quarterly Irish contemporary arts and literature magazine.
Eleanor Hughes reviews Ib Jorgensen – A Fashion Retrospective which is at the National Museum of Ireland until May 2016.