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Liminal Acts: 2017 DIT Photography Graduate Exhibition

Posted: 19 May, 2017

The School of Media at the Dublin Institute of Technology is pleased to announce details of the 2017 DIT BA Photography Graduate Exhibition Liminal Acts.

Julia Delatowska, BA Photography graduate, 2017: Topography of Silence

The concept of liminality has been identified by this group of students as a feature or characteristic in many of their photographic projects, manifesting itself variously between concept, format and mode of presentation.  Ann Curran, Programme Chair of the BA Photography programme, said the Graduate Exhibition is a rite of passage, which records these liminal acts., "Some students have focused on spaces or sites that are themselves liminal in terms of materiality while others have photographed transitional places between specific physical locations. Some projects invoke particular psychological states that are everywhere and nowhere, while others seek to represent the in-between knowledge derived from embodied experience, performance and lived memory."

Liminal Acts at the Gallery of Photography, Temple Bar will be opened by Ruairí Ó Cuív, Public Art Manager, Dublin City Council on Tuesday 6th June at 6pm.  The exhibition will be open to the public from 03 - 18 June 2017.

Participants:

Natasha Cleary, Sarah Cullen, Julia Delatowska, Alisha Doody, Aisling Gordon, Stephen Keaveny, Antonia Kenny, Jade Kenny, Teresa Kilker, Josef Kovac, Shauna Lally, Catarina Leone, Oisin McFarland, Emma Roche-Hegarty, Lena Scalzo

The Gallery of Photography, Meeting House Square, Temple Bar

Gallery of Photography Opening Hours:

Mon to Sat 11 – 6pm

Sun 1 – 6pm

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Josef Kovac, BA Photography graduate, 2017:  'Ephemeral Uncertainty'

Stephen Keaveny, BA Photography graduate 2017: "Confluence"