Bank, Blank 

BANK, BLANK is organised as the main exhibition of within the frame of

20th anniversary of 48 Hours Neukölln Festival. 

22 Jun  - 1 Jul 2018 - Alte Sparkasse, Karl-Marx-Str. 107, 12043 Berlin

 

I Slept Like A Stone

 

The LAB Gallery June 18 - August 19 2018 

I Slept Like A Stone explores the potentials of collaborative and socially engaged arts practice, how we connect, misunderstand each other, and eventually find new ways of communicating with each other through collective journeys.  

 

 WHAT ARE MONUMENTS MADE OF

 

                                                                                 

11th Kaunas Biennial THERE AND NOT THERE: (Im)possibility of a monument  15 09 2017 - 30 11 2017

 

 

 

  

The Museum of August Destiny 

4th November -  8th January 2017                                                                                 

Pearse Museum, St. Endas Park, Rathfarnham, Dublin Ireland

The Museum of August Destiny has commissioned six contemporary artists to respond to one of six 'visions' of Irish destiny set out in the Proclamation of the Irish Republic, a century after it was written. 


 

 


I BELIEVE IN YOU (Billboard Project) 101 E 6th St., Bloomington, Indiana, USA 2014

Your Art Here is pleased to make record of I Believe In You, an art billboard by Irish artist Mark Clare, on view December 2014 - April 2015.

Clare's work explores and questions the social values within our current space and time. This work, part of a series of larger public sculptures, is a non site-specific intervention. It addresses the collective public of Bloomington's business district, as well as the individual passerby, where it becomes a more intimate gesture, leaving a ringing in the ear; a tinge of uncertainty.

The billboard refers to one of Clare's earlier sculptures by the same name. In this prior iteration, thirteen silver helium balloons spell out the message, "I BELIEVE IN YOU," and are left to float down, deflating slowly over the course of the exhibition. Like Clare's humor, there seems to be a persistent mockery of the politically correct inducing veil behind which we forget interconnectivity.