Graduate Exhibition 2018. The Gallery, Burr en College of Art, B ally vaughan, Co. Clare Until April 27 burr encollege.ie In her mixed media work, Canadian MFA graduate Melissa Cayford “explores how the environment affects the body.” Running concurrently with THIN PLACES, Leave It At That is the end-of-year undergraduate exhibition and the MFA 1 Past Baccalaureate also features.
Robin Price. The Digital Hub, Digital Exchange, Crane St, Dublin April 17-28 robinprice.net Robin Price began creative work in nightclubs and making electronic music. Here, referencing René Magritte, he has designed an interactive ping-pong table incorporating 4000 RGB LEDs under frosted polycarbonate so that every bounce of the ball triggers an audio-visual reaction. Among his several academic qualifications is an MPhys in theoretical physics.
IN, AROUND& AFTER EFFECTS: THREE PERSPECTIVE SON THE MIDLANDS
Ci ar an O gA rn old, Martin Cr egg, Mark Duffy. R os common Arts Centre, Circular Road, R os common. Until June 1 ros common art scent re.ie Three fine photographers explore the Midlands state of mind in explorations of “social, cultural and psychological landscapes”, all taking different individual approaches. From Arnold’s compelling, intimate slice of local life to Cregg’s poised documentation of the making and unmaking of infrastructural frameworks, and Duffy’s cinematic feeling for landscape. Under the auspices of Photo Ireland Festival 2018
ALISON P IL KING TON: HOW WE ROAM / MARCEL VIDAL: SILVERFISH
Two solo shows, the Dock, St George’ s Terrace, Car rick on Shannon, Co Leitrim Until June2 How we roam through fictional environments, that is, in Pilkington’s paintings, but fictional environments charged with a certain tension and uncertainty. Vidal’s sculptures, meanwhile, are manifestations of