A new film installation by Ailbhe Ní Bhriain, ‘Inscriptions of an Immense Theatre’ at the Temple Bar Gallery and Studios explores a number of unlikely locations in a meditation on themes of heritage, loss and imperial legacy. Drawing on early museological texts and defined by the extensive use of CGI, the work considers the constructs and absences underpinning cultural and historical representation. Known for her work in video montage, Ní Bhriain collaborates with musicians and composers, with screenings and installations incorporating recorded sound, live performance and improvisation.
Ailbhe Ní Bhriain: 14 December – 2 February

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