Sunday, August 23, 2009

Behind Smoke and Mirrors

Limerick City Gallery of Art’s latest project, Behind Smoke and Mirrors, is a unique and progressive proposal where five young artists were invited to use the exhibition space as a site of production, interaction and stimulation. The result of the open studio experiment is an interesting show where Aideen Barry, Bernadette Carroll, Garvan Gallagher, Carl Giffney and Emma Wade, using a large range of mediums, invite the viewer to interact and participate in their experience. Behind Smoke and Mirrors is a successful attempt by the group of artists to facilitate a true connection between them and their audience through honesty and total devotion to this project.

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