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Date: Thu 28 Apr 2022
Time: 19:00
Price: Free

Re: Place, Exhibition of Painting and Printmaking by Pamela de Brí The selected body of work in Re: Place takes a fresh look at and draws attention to social and demographic changes in rural Ireland. The artist explores themes of place – land, home, location, placing and replacing. This land, inhabited for over 10,000 years, has changed and developed over time. People come and go and leave their personal, historical and cultural marks on the landscape in both the natural and developed environment, all adding to the metamorphosing deep map of the land. Re: Place brings the different strands together, documenting these ever changing shifts in rural Ireland.

About Pamela de Brí

Pamela de Brí works in printmaking, painting, photography, and video. Her practice explores and engages with the changing social and environmental landscape of Ireland. She focuses on an aspect of society, engages with relevant people, explores the locations, and builds a body of documentation which inspires the resulting artwork.

In 2013 she followed, by bicycle, an old railway network which wove its way across Ireland. Midland - Lár Tíre was exhibited in Dublin and around Ireland. Her printmaking work has been selected for exhibitions nationally and internationally. In 2018 she was selected to exhibit at Impact 10 Encuentro, Spain. She devised and curated two major touring projects: "Le Chéile Print Project", 2008-2011 and "Little Stories Little Prints", a 1916 Commemorative project through Printmaking. In 2020 she completed a major public art project for Dublin Bus and in 2021 Midland-Lár Tíre was permanently installed in Athlone Railway Station.