A Vague Anxiety

 
A Vague Anxiety Opening at IMMA, April 2019, © Kyle Tunney, Courtesy IMMA

A Vague Anxiety Opening at IMMA, April 2019, © Kyle Tunney, Courtesy IMMA

Exhibition

Client: Irish Museum of Modern Art

Dates: April - August 2019

Category: Drawing and Exhibition

 
 
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A Vague Anxiety is a group exhibition of emerging Irish and international artists presented at the Irish Museum of Modern Art in Dublin in spring 2019. This exhibition addresses concerns that we face in contemporary society, from political points of departure such as borders, housing, and the environment; to the personal such as mental health, hook-up culture, gender identity and precarity.

Our contribution to the show includes Highrise; our ongoing elevation study of one of Berlin‘s most famous plattenbaus, and 20 Square Metres, a survey drawing made in 2013 of our old Dublin bedsit. We presented new versions of both of these drawings as part of the show, scaling Highrise up to 1:15 (5.5x3m) in order to better illustrate the scale of this architecture, and printing 20 Square Metres at 1:1 on the floor, allowing visitors to walk through our tiny Dublin flat.

This show opened on April 11th and runs until August 18th 2019

https://imma.ie/whats-on/a-vague-anxiety/

©Plattenbau Studio | Jennifer O’Donnell + Jonathan Janssens

 
 
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