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Practice discussion at Ormond Studios – with Davey Moor, Mark Cullen and Carl GiffneyPractice Practice Further to this, CIC offers a crisis budgeting service in association with MABS, and can work with credit card companies or creditors to resolve debt issues. They also provide one-to-one legal advice from a range of SEÁN O SULLIVAN REPORTS ON ‘PRACTICE: THE ORMOND STUDIOS LECTURE SERIES’ (7 – 9 DEC 2010) multi-lingual solicitors. All of their services are provided free of charge by an entirely volunteer corps.
IN August of 2009, 13 BA graduates of Dublin’s three major art colleges
Hanlon in East Offaly, who offered them a large derelict hayloft for Artist Aideen Barry gave an energetic talk on three of her major joined together to form Ormond Studios, Dublin (1). They had a simple their artists’ studio at no charge, the group spent much of 2007 turning projects. She described taking inspiration from her first cousin, Dr. objective: to rent a building to work from, and offer a small programme the building into a residential studio. The Good Hatchery is located in Bridget O’Callaghan-Hay, a Cork mathematician who began training as of events throughout the year. Nearly two years on, that programme a plain of industrial bogland, and since it is so difficult to physically an Astronaut with NASA as part of the Reaganite ‘Star Wars’ defence has gained both traction and perspective; Ormond Studios has publicly reach, the group conducts their outreach through the Internet.
program. Barry applied to the Arts Council and NASA for part funding offered several curated exhibitions, critical texts, and peer-critique This approach has attracted significant national recognition, the so that she could also train as an Astronaut, and mortgaged her house sessions, they host regular screenings for independent filmmakers, and group receives funding from a range of local and national bodies, and to cover the shortfall. Her training is chronicled in a documentary offer a range of graduate-oriented artist residencies and studio has hosted over 50 artist’s residencies since 2007. Giffney described a about the experience, which culminates in a scene of her taking a exchanges free of charge. Perhaps most famously, the studio hosted an recent collaborative project entitled Seahorses are Tired of Living in the parabolic flight, also known as a vomit comet, that rapidly scales an event, titled Scarleh Fer Yer Ma Fer Havin Ya, where the audience and Real World, where he and Ruth E. Lyons filled a well in Waterford’s ellipse from around 24,000ft to 34,000ft and back again at 45-degree organisers publicly read out their mid-teenage diaries – the dramatic Soma Gallery with gin and seahorses. The exhibition co-incided with angles achieving the effect of zero gravity. The scene sees her floating descriptions of “black voids of emotion” and half-attempted poems the closure of the Waterford Glass Factory.
around the aircraft with a household vacuum cleaner. Barry also gave a incited peals of laughter. The variety of Ormond Studios’ programme Sarah Tuck, the Director of Create Ireland spoke about the kind of preview of a piece that she is currently preparing for exhibition in both has culminated in December’s ‘Practice Lecture Series’, a three-day projects that her organisation supports. Create is the national agency Dublin and Basel, it involves forty remote control helicopters conference focusing on early career education and the sustainability of for promoting collaborative arts in Ireland, and Tuck spoke in great programmed to simultaneously lift up a woman’s enormous skirt, detail about her work to prompt a more radical, contemporary shift in alluding to what she called “the Marilyn Monroe effect”. The artist is When the studio began to plan the lecture series, it sought to proposals from artists. She explained that Create would heavily working with a German company on a remote control that can power create an avenue for ‘information gathering’, a way of collecting a set of emphasise research-based projects in the near future, and gave an 160 helicopters and lift her off the ground.
valuable ideas that could be useful to those beginning their career in example of a recently successful model where a composer designed a The ambition for personal projects continued in a talk from John the arts (2). The first day of Practice featured Sam Keogh, Fiona Marron chair that could interpret sounds as vibrations, and worked with a Carter and Jay Roche of Dublin’s Projector Collective. They discussed and Helen Horgan, artists who graduated in 2009, and have managed to group of deaf collaborators to compose a successful series of musical their 2009 collaboration with Via Collective entitled Bright Shadow, enact a clearly distinct art practice since then (3). Sam Keogh presented works. Tuck went on to describe Create as strongly disinclined to which took place in St. Agatha’s Court, Dublin. The group appropriated scenes from his project Radical Love Vol. 1, which he created with support projects that position the artist as a social worker, or as the a disused senior citizens housing block, they then grew its entire front Dublin artist Joseph Noonan-Ganley. Fiona Marron discussed a series of facilitator of a therapeutic outcome; she gave an example of the low bar garden thick with sunflowers, and gilded the 16 large boarded-up ideas relating to economics within speculative fiction, the division of set by frequent projects that worked with senior citizens on the theme windows with 23-carat gold leaf. Dublin City Council granted labour and Phrenology. She expanded on the themes that have of memory. The requirement of original and independent thinking was permission to use the site, but in what Carter described as their most motivated her completed works, one of which captured a disused echoed across the three days by curator Vaari Claffey, members of financially demanding project, the artists themselves paid for the gold. trading floor in the IFSC, and another that studied a Gypsum mine in Exchange Dublin and Sheena Barrett of Dublin City Council.
Jay Roche mentioned that they had never intended to make a political Knocknacran, Co. Monaghan. Helen Horgan described how she had During 2010, three of the Ormond Studios members travelled to or economic point with the project, but he said “it was interesting to begun working with, and eventually inherited, an entire library of colleges around the country sharing information that they had learned hear people projecting their own ideas on to it, […] it just happened to generations-old books from a friary in Co. Westmeath. Aside from during their first year of independent art practice. The reaction from be a building, but it was right for the time.” discussing their personal working methods, and the styles and ideas the lecturers was quite positive. In many ways it demystified the next John Carter ended the discussion on this point: “In the past [artists] that stimulate their respective practices, the three artists detailed the step for their art students, who had been in a rare situation where the had very much waited for the funding to come along before they made most effective methods of exposing their projects to the largest Internet couldn’t offer any answers. In a very tangible way, the Practice the work, before they even put the idea into effect. And I think we’ve audience possible. Later in the day, Rayne Booth spent over an hour project had its genesis in those discussions. The students’ response always seen the reverse as being important; that it didn’t matter, that answering questions from the audience on a range of issues surrounding prompted the Ormond Studios members to reassess how their careers we would find one way or another of allowing the idea to happen, and arts organisations, working with curators, and publicising projects.
began, and so the final day of Practice focused on early career issues.
maybe the funding could come later.” Carl Giffney of the Good Hatchery was present on the second day John Flanagan and Eileen Ryder of Citizens Information (CIC) Ormond Studios will launch a publication detailing the outcomes of Practice, he spoke alongside Mark Cullen of Pallas Projects and Davey spoke about civic and domestic issues. It is somewhat unusual for a of their 2010 Graduate programme this July.
Moor of Monster Truck Gallery & Studios. (4) Before graduating from civic organisation like CIC to receive a speaking invite for a lecture on Seán O Sullivan
NCAD in 2007, Giffney and four of his peers went in search of an visual art, however it was soon apparent that their message was quite unconventional outlet for their work. At the time the property boom appropriate to the occasion. They discussed the difficulties that artists was in full swing, and the group decided that the smartest move was to might expect during early career development, when the precariousness 1. Information for this article was graciously provided in a conversation between the author and get out of Dublin—they were less than enthusiastic about the idea of of their independent work is slowly advancing towards financial Ormond Studios members Alan-James Burns, Jennette Donnelly, Jackquayln Gray and Nicky Teegan, €600 for their apartment, and €400 for their studio every sustainability. Flanagan and Ryder took a range of questions from the 3. The featured speakers at ‘Practice’ were Sam Keogh, Fiona Marron, Helen Horgan, Vaari Claffey, month”. Feeling adventurous, they posted a request on the Free-Cycle audience, primarily focusing on rent. They also explained a number of Rayne Booth, Mark Cullen, Davey Moor, Carl Giffney, Andreas Kindler, Jonah King, Jennette Donnelly, Nicky Teegan, Sarah Tuck, Ciara Scanlon, John Carter, Jay Roche, Aideen Barry, Sheena Barrett, John website reading: “Wanted: Derelict house or ruin for artists to live in services that Citizens Information make available to people in all sorts and renovate.” They got a few joke replies, some offering princesses, but of circumstances, these include specific experience in fields such as tax, 4. The organisations represented at ‘Practice’ were Pallas Projects / Studios, Monster Truck Gallery & Studios, The Good Hatchery, Exchange Dublin, Ormond Studios, Mart, Projector Collective, Dublin eventually received a surprising response from a woman named Eileen tenancy, employment, social welfare, healthcare and education. City Council, Create Ireland and Citizens Information Council.


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