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You, the audience, are currently looking at an exhibition by Sinead Mc Keever called .
Although it has a number of familiar component parts, such as the large charcoal drawings, it is not like an exhibition produced by, for example, a painter, in which every work has a life of its own and can be separated from every other work on the walls.
How has she decided to light each and every element? One great thing about writing an essay before seeing the finished exhibition: I don’t have to answer the questions! Millennium Court Arts Centre is delighted to present “Let the dead leaves fall”, a new solo exhibition by Miguel Martin.
The second instalment, at the Millennium Court Art Centre, Portadown, 6th October – 22nd November 2017, features examples of work dating back to the early 1970s.
Revealing links across various periods of production, an exhibition of works by Belfast-based artist Alistair Wilson, is broken into four parts and realised across two galleries.
With Mc Keever’s work it is the totality of the parts that is important, as she is creating an Installation which responds to the physical structure of the gallery, not only in terms of the length, breadth and height of its two main rooms (the walls the floor) but also in terms of the complicated physical construction of its ceiling.
Unlike you, the reader, this writer, at the time of writing, has not seen the Installation because it has not yet been constructed.