visual artist/curator

Excess Baggage | Estonian Academy of Arts Gallery and DA keldrisaal Gallery | Opening 21 March 2013.

Excess Baggage| The Estonian Acadamy of Arts Gallery and Da Keldrissal Gallery, Tallinn, Estonia| Opening 21 March 2013.

15 Irish based Artists currently studying on the Art in the Digital World MA at NCAD present ‘Excess Baggage’ a pop-up International exhibition, featuring multi disciplinary works from Artists using emerging technologies.

The format consists of each artist carrying their work with them and travelling on a direct, low budget flight. This concept can be replicated easily by other groups travelling into Ireland, which will begin to forge a network of such activities, giving the opportunity for transfer of knowledge and expertise.

Artists: Chloe Brennan, Sylvia Callan, Mitch Conlon, Vanessa Daws, Aileen Drohan, Angie Duignan, Luz Estrada, Atoosa Pour Hosseini, Ulla Juske, Róisín Loughrey, Sinéad McDonald, John Murphy, Gearoid O’ Dea, Kevin Ryan and Paul Terry.

All artists exhibiting in Excess Baggage are currently studying on the Art in the Digital World MA at NCAD.

Venues & Dates

Estonian Academy of Arts Gallery, Tallinn. Estonia

Da Keldrisaal Da Keldrisaal Pärnu MNT 6, Tallinn. Estonia.

Mar 21 — Mar 23

Opening Thursday 21 March 19.00

Artists talk and guided tour of exhibition 22 March 16.00

www.excessbaggageshow.com

Excess Baggage. Image: Mitch Conlon 2012.

Excess Baggage. Image: Mitch Conlon 2012.

Supported by Culture Ireland as part of Ireland’s EU Presidency Culture Programme 2013.

www.cultureireland.ie/eu2013/event/excess-baggage-a-pop-up-exhibition-by-fifteen-young-irish-based-artists

http://www.cultureireland.ie

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