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Camera Obscura: Leonie Tang
Leonie Tang, a Dublin-based artist, has created a camera obscura opposite the entrance hut at Fort Dunree.
The term Camera Obscura comes from the latin meaning ‘darkened chamber’, and is the earliest known imaging devise and the precursor of the modern day photographic camera. This site-specific installation makes use of the small shutter windows and darkened interior to create a panorama of images within the space, which change with the light and the time of day. It is charming and wonderful, evocative and educative.
“This installation will educate even the stranger to the photographic practice on everything from the history of photographic process, to the science behind optics, to the artistic endeavours of the photographic medium - and all within a spectacular interactive domain.” Leonie Tang
The installation is open until mid-September, Monday to Friday from 10h30 to 16h30 and Saturday/Sunday from 13h to 16h30.
Artlink Members Show 2015
The Members' Show Mark One was held in July and curated by Shelly McDonnell and Grace Shelly from 126 Gallery in Galway. This show is an opportunity for Artlink members to present their work in the exhibition space at Fort Dunree. This year 28 artist-members participated in the event. For more information on the exhibition and on how to become a member, please click here.
Opportunities for The Arts in the new Local Government Environment
A monthly double-feature screening in the Magazine Room of Ned's Point Fort in Buncrana, run by Ned's Point Centre in association with Artlink. Our next screening will be on Thursday 2nd June. Details TBC.
No Jury No Prize 2015
For photographs of the exhibition and launch party, please click here.
The studio space at Artlink is a resource for artists who use it as a base for activities that in the main take place on the wider site of Fort Dunree.
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Damaso Reyes: The Europeans
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