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The Switch is on!

Thursday, 7th November, 2019 5:01pm
The Switch is on!

switchArt project2019 writer Pat Harrold with curator Harald Turek outside M Hassey’s, Kenyon Street.

The Switch is on!

switchArt project2019 writer Pat Harrold with curator Harald Turek outside M Hassey’s, Kenyon Street.

Switch art project is underway this week on the streets of Nenagh town and will continue until next Sunday, November 10th. It will be on view from 5-11pm daily.
The yellow brochures detailing the project are available from the Nenagh Art Centre with a map of the locations. As the evening draws in the public are invited to enjoy navigating the town in a different way, by using the map of switchArt map of Nenagh or indeed by discovering the nine video pieces and one piece of writing placed in the town.
Now in its 11th year, switch is an artist-led project funded & supported by the Tipperary Arts Office. switch art project locates itself outside of the big city and locates itself in the rhythm of a smaller place Nenagh, a town that has taken art to its heart.
The switch 2019 artworks are located in two main areas of the town:
Kenyon Street 1. Peachey & Mosig - Rules of the Game; 2. Peachey & Mosig – Weathering; 3. Pat Harrold - Switch - Heimat
Sarsfield St, Mitchel St and Emmet Place, 4. Rania Atef - While being an Octopus; 5. Silas Neumann – Heimat; 6. Robert Quint – Schwimmfeld; 7. - Ex voto; 8. Milan Zulic - The Circle of Life; 9. David Theobald - Rainbow Unicorn; 10. Kuesti Fraun - Little Baggy.

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