Alice Maher – VOX HYBRIDA – With Emma Brennan and Chloe Austin.
4th April 2023 1.00pm – 2.00pm
We are proud to be partnered with Belfast Exposed for their Health Through Photography conference. Golden Thread will be hosting a lunch time talk with Vox Hybrida artists Alice Maher, Emma Brennan and Chloe Austin who will be discussing their current exhibition and their collaboration.
On both days of the conference there will be a choice of Artists Talks for you to attend. They will be in locations across the Cathedral Quarter with the other partner organisation. Look out for other talks happening at Catalyst Arts and University of Atypical.
If you wish to explore the city of Belfast, lunch will be provided for you at Belfast Exposed.
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Exhibition runs 25th Feb – 8th April 2023
VOX HYBRIDA is an exhibition by Irish artist Alice Maher, featuring responsive artworks from Emma Brennan and Chloe Austin. Brennan and Austin, chosen by Maher, will be showing site specific video and performance art in February 2023 as part of the exhibition. Maher’s practice is dynamic, often utilising different media including painting, drawing, sculpture, print, photography and installation. As one of Ireland most influential and respected artists, Alice Maher has continued to intrigue audiences with her provoking often corporeal drawings and sculptures. She works within the realms of nature and culture, subversion and transformation, mythology and memory.
The exhibition is an exciting opportunity to witness Maher’s influence on a new generation of emerging artists, and their approach to the themes and ideas which have evolved through the project.
About the Artist
Alice Maher lives and works in Mayo, Ireland. Her multifaceted work comprises painting, drawing, sculpture, installation, photography, and film. She is represented by the David Nolan Gallery, New York (since 2001), and the Purdy Hicks Gallery London (since 2003). Maher has exhibited widely in Ireland, England and the United States, and represented Ireland in the 22nd São Paolo Bienial.
Golden Thread Gallery is supported by: