Juncture Two: Glenn Loughran and Jonathan Cummins
12.30 pm 28 February NCAD Gallery
Join us in the NCAD Gallery for Juncture Two, the second bridging event between Other People’s Practices (OPP) second and final artist residencies. Glenn Loughran will present the processes and outcomes from his residency. Jonathan Cummins will then introduce his practice and discuss the aims of his residency. All are welcome to attend - no booking required.
OPP is an artist’s residency and research project founded and directed by John Conway. It supports the production of collaborative socially engaged projects in a forensic mental healthcare community setting based in Usher's Island, Dublin 8. The project is funded by Creative Ireland in partnership with the National College of Art and Design, Dublin, the Irish Health Service and Waterford Healing Arts Trust.
Artist Biographical Information
Glenn Loughran is an Artist and Lecturer at the Dublin School of Creative Arts (TU Dublin). He is the course coordinator of the B.A in Visual Art on Sherkin Island (B.A.V.A) and head of Artistic Research at the Graduate School of Creative Arts and Media (GradCAM). Exhibiting nationally and Internationally, his work has developed hybrid forms of artistic research at the intersection between artistic intervention, pedagogical process and evental philosophy.
Jonathan Cummins' work, made for gallery and screen, is approached as a process of enquiry and engagement and addresses themes including ideological belief, political violence, listening and the challenges of representation, most notably through the inter-connecting film installations When I Leave These Landings (2004–2009), Go Home (2010–2013 and Out the Road (2012–2016). His work has been exhibited widely, both nationally and across Europe.