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Wednesday 29 January, 2020 to Sunday 2 February, 2020

Wednesday 29 January, 2020 1 Event

RUSH. Decolonising Research

Date: Wednesday 15 January, 2020 through Friday 28 February, 2020.
Time: 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Location: Goethe Institut Irland
Address: 37 Merrion Square
Price: Free
Category: Arts / Exhibits
Curated by Aoife Banks, Laragh Conroy, Noah OBrien Galli, Ronan OReilly, Philipp Schroeder and Paul Roy.
Six file cabinets. Six objects.
The spectacle of administration meets the theatrics ofcurating. A Minimalist gesture deployed to stage relationships between the body and the work, RUSH is exactly how
research is not meant to happen.
Maori anthropologist Linda Tuhiwai Smith identifiesresearch as a dirty word, originating out of colonialist pursuits that characterise knowledge as a one-sided acquisition. Decolonisation is the undoing of this conceit.
Once established territories become unsettled.
Disinterested in the extraordinary discovery and unable to correct past wrongs, RUSH musters research as subordinated labour. Like the native plant that takes over the countryside, menacing and unruly, annoying the experts,
RUSH fails its subject and refuses to be put to good use.
Ours is not redemptive. We struggle, fruitlessly, but struggle nonetheless.
Part of Common Denominator, a two-year programme in the Goethe-Instituts Return Gallery curated by Art in the Contemporary World MA/MFA students. Through exhibitions, seminars, discussions and more, it
interrogates what it means to speak of political solidarity, civic standards or even aesthetic values. ACW is a theorypractice MA/MFA in the School of Visual Culture at the
National College of Art and Design, Dublin. Common Denominator is supported by the Goethe-Institut Irland in collaboration with the National College of Art & Design.
For more information please visit www.acw.ie.

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Thursday 30 January, 2020 1 Event

RUSH. Decolonising Research

Date: Wednesday 15 January, 2020 through Friday 28 February, 2020.
Time: 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Location: Goethe Institut Irland
Address: 37 Merrion Square
Price: Free
Category: Arts / Exhibits
Curated by Aoife Banks, Laragh Conroy, Noah OBrien Galli, Ronan OReilly, Philipp Schroeder and Paul Roy.
Six file cabinets. Six objects.
The spectacle of administration meets the theatrics ofcurating. A Minimalist gesture deployed to stage relationships between the body and the work, RUSH is exactly how
research is not meant to happen.
Maori anthropologist Linda Tuhiwai Smith identifiesresearch as a dirty word, originating out of colonialist pursuits that characterise knowledge as a one-sided acquisition. Decolonisation is the undoing of this conceit.
Once established territories become unsettled.
Disinterested in the extraordinary discovery and unable to correct past wrongs, RUSH musters research as subordinated labour. Like the native plant that takes over the countryside, menacing and unruly, annoying the experts,
RUSH fails its subject and refuses to be put to good use.
Ours is not redemptive. We struggle, fruitlessly, but struggle nonetheless.
Part of Common Denominator, a two-year programme in the Goethe-Instituts Return Gallery curated by Art in the Contemporary World MA/MFA students. Through exhibitions, seminars, discussions and more, it
interrogates what it means to speak of political solidarity, civic standards or even aesthetic values. ACW is a theorypractice MA/MFA in the School of Visual Culture at the
National College of Art and Design, Dublin. Common Denominator is supported by the Goethe-Institut Irland in collaboration with the National College of Art & Design.
For more information please visit www.acw.ie.

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Friday 31 January, 2020 1 Event

RUSH. Decolonising Research

Date: Wednesday 15 January, 2020 through Friday 28 February, 2020.
Time: 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Location: Goethe Institut Irland
Address: 37 Merrion Square
Price: Free
Category: Arts / Exhibits
Curated by Aoife Banks, Laragh Conroy, Noah OBrien Galli, Ronan OReilly, Philipp Schroeder and Paul Roy.
Six file cabinets. Six objects.
The spectacle of administration meets the theatrics ofcurating. A Minimalist gesture deployed to stage relationships between the body and the work, RUSH is exactly how
research is not meant to happen.
Maori anthropologist Linda Tuhiwai Smith identifiesresearch as a dirty word, originating out of colonialist pursuits that characterise knowledge as a one-sided acquisition. Decolonisation is the undoing of this conceit.
Once established territories become unsettled.
Disinterested in the extraordinary discovery and unable to correct past wrongs, RUSH musters research as subordinated labour. Like the native plant that takes over the countryside, menacing and unruly, annoying the experts,
RUSH fails its subject and refuses to be put to good use.
Ours is not redemptive. We struggle, fruitlessly, but struggle nonetheless.
Part of Common Denominator, a two-year programme in the Goethe-Instituts Return Gallery curated by Art in the Contemporary World MA/MFA students. Through exhibitions, seminars, discussions and more, it
interrogates what it means to speak of political solidarity, civic standards or even aesthetic values. ACW is a theorypractice MA/MFA in the School of Visual Culture at the
National College of Art and Design, Dublin. Common Denominator is supported by the Goethe-Institut Irland in collaboration with the National College of Art & Design.
For more information please visit www.acw.ie.

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Saturday 01 February, 2020 2 Events

YAN

Date: Saturday 1 February, 2020 through Saturday 22 February, 2020.
Time: 10:00 am - 5:30 pm
Location: SO Fine Art Editions
Address: 2nd Floor Powerscourt Townhouse Centre
Price: Free
Category: Arts / Exhibits
An exhibition of prints from Japan : in collaboration with the prestigious Yanagisawa Gallery in Tokyo, SO Fine Art Editions presents contemporary artists from both gallerys stable, namely Richard Gorman, Yoko Hara, Jin Hirosawa, Mayumi Kimura, Azusa Takahashi and Yasuyoshi Tokida.

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RUSH. Decolonising Research

Date: Wednesday 15 January, 2020 through Friday 28 February, 2020.
Time: 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Location: Goethe Institut Irland
Address: 37 Merrion Square
Price: Free
Category: Arts / Exhibits
Curated by Aoife Banks, Laragh Conroy, Noah OBrien Galli, Ronan OReilly, Philipp Schroeder and Paul Roy.
Six file cabinets. Six objects.
The spectacle of administration meets the theatrics ofcurating. A Minimalist gesture deployed to stage relationships between the body and the work, RUSH is exactly how
research is not meant to happen.
Maori anthropologist Linda Tuhiwai Smith identifiesresearch as a dirty word, originating out of colonialist pursuits that characterise knowledge as a one-sided acquisition. Decolonisation is the undoing of this conceit.
Once established territories become unsettled.
Disinterested in the extraordinary discovery and unable to correct past wrongs, RUSH musters research as subordinated labour. Like the native plant that takes over the countryside, menacing and unruly, annoying the experts,
RUSH fails its subject and refuses to be put to good use.
Ours is not redemptive. We struggle, fruitlessly, but struggle nonetheless.
Part of Common Denominator, a two-year programme in the Goethe-Instituts Return Gallery curated by Art in the Contemporary World MA/MFA students. Through exhibitions, seminars, discussions and more, it
interrogates what it means to speak of political solidarity, civic standards or even aesthetic values. ACW is a theorypractice MA/MFA in the School of Visual Culture at the
National College of Art and Design, Dublin. Common Denominator is supported by the Goethe-Institut Irland in collaboration with the National College of Art & Design.
For more information please visit www.acw.ie.

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Sunday 02 February, 2020 2 Events

YAN

Date: Saturday 1 February, 2020 through Saturday 22 February, 2020.
Time: 10:00 am - 5:30 pm
Location: SO Fine Art Editions
Address: 2nd Floor Powerscourt Townhouse Centre
Price: Free
Category: Arts / Exhibits
An exhibition of prints from Japan : in collaboration with the prestigious Yanagisawa Gallery in Tokyo, SO Fine Art Editions presents contemporary artists from both gallerys stable, namely Richard Gorman, Yoko Hara, Jin Hirosawa, Mayumi Kimura, Azusa Takahashi and Yasuyoshi Tokida.

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RUSH. Decolonising Research

Date: Wednesday 15 January, 2020 through Friday 28 February, 2020.
Time: 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Location: Goethe Institut Irland
Address: 37 Merrion Square
Price: Free
Category: Arts / Exhibits
Curated by Aoife Banks, Laragh Conroy, Noah OBrien Galli, Ronan OReilly, Philipp Schroeder and Paul Roy.
Six file cabinets. Six objects.
The spectacle of administration meets the theatrics ofcurating. A Minimalist gesture deployed to stage relationships between the body and the work, RUSH is exactly how
research is not meant to happen.
Maori anthropologist Linda Tuhiwai Smith identifiesresearch as a dirty word, originating out of colonialist pursuits that characterise knowledge as a one-sided acquisition. Decolonisation is the undoing of this conceit.
Once established territories become unsettled.
Disinterested in the extraordinary discovery and unable to correct past wrongs, RUSH musters research as subordinated labour. Like the native plant that takes over the countryside, menacing and unruly, annoying the experts,
RUSH fails its subject and refuses to be put to good use.
Ours is not redemptive. We struggle, fruitlessly, but struggle nonetheless.
Part of Common Denominator, a two-year programme in the Goethe-Instituts Return Gallery curated by Art in the Contemporary World MA/MFA students. Through exhibitions, seminars, discussions and more, it
interrogates what it means to speak of political solidarity, civic standards or even aesthetic values. ACW is a theorypractice MA/MFA in the School of Visual Culture at the
National College of Art and Design, Dublin. Common Denominator is supported by the Goethe-Institut Irland in collaboration with the National College of Art & Design.
For more information please visit www.acw.ie.

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