16/10/19—18/10/19

Associated Events: Jonathan Mayhew—The wind steals music & brings it to me

Venue: Pallas Projects/Studios

Admission free - All welcome

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To coincide with his solo exhibition The wind steals music & brings it to me the artist will host two events in the PP/S gallery space.

Wednesday 16th October 2019
Time: 6.30-7.30pm

Poetry Reading with Christodoulos Makris


Friday 18th October 2019
Time: 6-7pm

Some but not all of my works
Artist talk at which Jonathan will discuss the work in the show and the links to literature, poetry and music that happens in his practice.

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Jonathan Mayhew (b. 1981) is an Irish artist based in Dublin. Using poetry, literature, technology and theory, he manipulates physical and invisible materials creating works in a variety of media. He is interested in how narrative in our Web 2.0 world has become incredibly important to our everyday lives, fiction is blured into reality. He is also interested in how technology changes us, and how we in turn change it. Recent Exhibitions include: Agnès and I at Black Church Print Studios, Dublin; Dearly Beloved… at Visual Carlow; HIAP Spring Open 2019, HIAP, Helsinki; digital_self, Irish Museum of Modern Art, 2018; Zurich Portrait Prize 2018, National Galley of Ireland; The stars turn and a time presents itself, Risør Kunstpark, Norway, 2018; Sørlandsutstillingen, Kristiansand Kunsthall, Norway, 2017; I Wanted to Write a Poem, Wexford Arts Centre, 2017, where he was the 2015 EVA award winner. TBG+S and HIAP International Residency Exchange recipient 2019. Upcoming exhibitions Scafold a three person show at the Bomb Factory in London curated by Séamus McCormack 22rd Oct 2019.

Christodoulos Makris is "one of Ireland's leading contemporary explorers of experimental poetics" (The RTÉ Poetry Programme). He has published three books of poetry, most recently this is no longer entertainment (Manchester: Dostoyevsky Wannabe, 2019), as well as several pamphlets, artists' books and other poetry objects. His second book The Architecture of Chance (Dublin: Wurm Press, 2015) was a poetry book of the year for RTÉ Arena and 3:AM Magazine. One of Poetry Ireland's 'Rising Generation' poets, he has presented his work widely across media and borders, and received awards and commissions from several institutions including the Irish Museum of Modern Art (IMMA), StAnza Festival (Scotland), European Poetry Festival, Culture Ireland, and Maynooth University. He is the poetry editor at gorse journal and associated imprint Gorse Editions. "In work that is at times radically experimental, and always alert to the capacity of language to remake the world, Christodoulos Makris seeks ways to break open the lyric space of the poem to alter the ways in which language operates in the public realm" (Lucy Collins, Irish University Review).