Design for a group exhibition curated by RGKSKSRG, recipients of the Dublin City Council 2013/14 Emerging Curator Award.
The show featured works by International artists Oliver Laric, Rachel Maclean, Brenna Murphy, and Pilvi Takala; with newly commissioned interventions by Dublin-based artists Alan Butler, Mark Durkan and Eilis McDonald; and ephemeral events by Mary-Jo Gilligan and James Ó hAodha.
Playing with precarity, performance, and the virtual as real, Tonight, you can call me Trish invited artists and viewers to move through multiple states of being. This was an exhibition created through plural agencies at work; artists are artists, diviners, designers, mediators; audience is viewer, believer, conspirator, user; curator is conceptualist, choreographer, strategist, inputter.
Archizines is curated by Elias Redstone and initiated in collaboration with the Architectural Association School of Architecture that celebrates and promotes the recent resurgence of alternative and independent architectural publishing from around the world.
Director's Prize chosen by Spike Jonze for the Where The Wild Things Ought to Be contest on We Love You So, the production blog for the Where The Wild Things Are film, September 2009.
People were invited to submit images showing situations where the Wild Things ought to be. This image was manipulated to include Max in place of Philippe Petit on high-wire walk between the Twin Towers of the World Trade Centre in New York in 1974.
Selected layout, design and photography for Oh, Francis and its sister publication Oh! Fringe, a daily magazine commissioned by the Dublin Fringe Festival for its duration.
At Last An Atlas
Video for "Heaven Knows" by At Last An Atlas.
Super-8 footage by Dr. Robbins Barstow of Wethersfield, Connecticut, USA. In May–June 1988, Robbins & his wife Meg took a six-week trip around the world. They visited Hawaii, Austrailia, New Zealand, Singapore, Thailand, India, and London, England.