Askeaton Contemporary Arts

THE EXPANDED FIELD

Filip Van Dingenen's Algae Summit was the first presentation of The Expanded Field, a new collaborative programme jointly organised by Askeaton Contemporary Arts and Lismore Castle Arts, Waterford. Throughout 2017-8, artist residencies, new commissions and exhibitions will collectively explore the multifaceted nature of the Munster environment, aiming to find new methodologies and approaches for the urgent issues facing the region today.

 

Artists featured are Stuart Whipps, the Centre for Land Use Interpretation, Olivia Plender, The Domestic Godless, Superfolk and Filip Van Dingenen.

 

Read more about the Algae Summit here

 

 

 

 

 

Read about our 2017 resident artists and our 12th annual Welcome to the Neighbourhood programme here

Askeaton Contemporary Arts is dedicated to the production of publications and artists books that broaden the understanding of art's role in public life. Following recent releases by Liz Ryan (above) and John Carson, we look forward to launching Catalina Lozano's new writing, The Cure, in early 2018.

ASKEATON IN

THE IRISH TIMES

 

Read about Askeaton Contemporary Arts in Manchan Magan's Irish Times feature article here