Attitudes, Aesthetics, and Apéritifs - lecture #3 part I

Wim Beeren & Teresa Gillespie

Wim Beeren

Teresa Gillespie, below explanation (clocks stop at 3pm and existence continues), Wexford Arts Centre, 2015

Irish artist Teresa Gillespie will create new work in response to the exhibition Op Losse Schroeven, curated by Wim Beeren. This ground-breaking group exhibition appeared at the same time as Szeemann’s When Attitudes Become Form, and was overshadowed owing to Szeemann’s international renown and Beeren’s somewhat less flamboyant personality. Through the material unpacking of a specially devised sculptural object, Gillespie coerces the presenter into enacting a critique of Beeren's practice, and of our attempt to subjectively understand it, at this removed level. 

Lecture Dates

  • Lecture #3 part I - Harry Clarke Lecture Theatre, NCAD, Dublin30 Nov 2015

Teresa Gillespie, below explanation (clocks stop at 3pm and existence continues), Wexford Arts Centre, 2015

Teresa Gillespie, below explanation (clocks stop at 3pm and existence continues), Wexford Arts Centre, 2015

Teresa Gillespie (b. Dublin, Ireland) is an artist based in Dublin. She is a graduate of Glasgow School of Art and the Royal College of Art, London. Alongside her own practice she co-curated a seminar/exhibition, Portrait of Space, with Rose Lejeune in 2011; (((O))) with Lee Welch in 2013; and co-hosted DEAD END with Edia Connole in 2015, all at Clonlea Studios. 

Solo shows include: below explanation (clocks stop at 3pm and existence continues), Wexford Arts Centre, 2015; return to the borderland bends, John Jones Project Space, London; rogue occupation, Art Lot, Dublin; inside an outside (tracing the shadows of a strange attractor), Residencia Corazon, Buenos Aires; among objects, The Joinery, Dublin; along the borderland bends, The Return Gallery, Dublin; …too old to be playing house…, showreelproject, Milan; p.s. I love you Yassin, Atelierfrankfurt, Frankfurt; Incidental Shift, The Project Room, Glasgow. She has exhibited in group shows internationally and undertaken numerous artists’ residencies including the Frankfurter Kunstverein Deutsche Borse Program. She has received grants and awards from the Arts Council of Ireland, Dun Laoghaire Arts Council, the Arts Council of Scotland, Thames and Hudson and the Royal Scottish Academy. In 2013 she received the Emerging Visual Artist Award from the Wexford Arts Centre.

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