Category Archives: Documetation Process

Our film at IMOCA

Our collaborative film which was made as part of the project is to be shown at the Irish Museum of Contemporary Art, Dublin this week. The show runs for a couple of weeks so if you’re in the vicinity be … Continue reading

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Liminality installation shot. Photo by Susan Walsh

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Responses to the project

Eimear Walshe (2nd year sculpture student at NCAD) and Sinead Sweeney today intervened in the discursive area of the project. I invited them to respond in some shape or form to the projects subject matter. Their responses were startling: Eimear … Continue reading

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Screenings yesterday

Transplant (2007) by John Wynne and Tim Wainwright was screened yesterday afternoon. This was followed by I used to say it was gold, but really it’s a platinum one, Platinum (2011) by the Living Gift Transplant Support Group and Ciara … Continue reading

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Screenings tomorrow at 3.30pm NCAD Gallery

Tomorrow we will be screening 2 film shorts at 3.30pm in the NCAD Gallery. Transplant (2008), 35min by Tim Wainwright and John Wynne. The Transplant project began with a year-long residency at Harefield Hospital, one of the world’s leading centres for heart and … Continue reading

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‘… the truth of the subject is its estrangement and its excessiveness

At the seminar this morning Tina Kinsella presented some research on Bracha Ettinger’s art practice, philosophical and psychoanalytical position. Using these as a compliment to a reading of Jean Luke Nancy’s personal account of his heart transplant. Evesdropping from the … Continue reading

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Body as site of liminality.

Above Left to right: Tim Wainwright, John Wynne, Ciara McMahon. Photo Marie Soffe. Last nights screening of ITU by John Wynne and Tim Wainwright provided impetus for a engaging and stimulating discussion. Facilitated by Francis Halsall, topics included, amongst other … Continue reading

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Todays Irish Times Editorial

Have a look at today The Irish Times - Saturday, February 5, 2011 editorial. http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/opinion/2011/0205/1224289071205.html “LAST YEAR saw the worst decline in organ donation on record. A 35 per cent drop meant there were just 58 deceased donors who provided organs … Continue reading

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Friday 11th Feb: Dead Public Seminar

Dead Public Seminar, in the context of Liminality (Ciara Mc Mahon) Fri, 11 February 2011 NCAD Gallery 11.00 – 13.00 h Free to the Public ‘I was made “other” there in that space with them. In that space in the margins, … Continue reading

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Seminars begin

Infinite distraction: the erosion of attention in everyday life Today saw the first seminar of the project. A gentle start to a full week. Aislinn O’Donnell opened a dialogue on the thought of Bernard Steigler and Simone Weil in relation … Continue reading

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