Future Space ~ BS/FS
We' re delighted to invite you to join us at our Future Spaces panel, Saturday 28th July.
To close our multi-site programme looking at community space, education and institutional attitudes, the Future Spaces panel seeks to contextualise the independent space in its past, present and future iterations.
A conversation around independent spaces might involve asking; how do independent spaces survive under current economic conditions, how they can adapt, and what’s their potential future? We welcome representatives from two of the island’s leading independent spaces, Mary Conlon (Founder of Ormston House) and Peter Glasgow (Co-Director of Catalyst Arts).
This panel will be chaired by Basic Space Co-Directors Kim Gleeson and Philip Kavanagh
Mary Conlon / Ormston House ~
Mary is a curator based in Limerick City. She founded Ormston House in 2011. Current multi-year projects include The Feminist Supermarket, The Museum of Mythological Water Beasts, and The Sustainability Plan: Tool-kits.—
Peter Glasgow / Catalyst arts ~
Peter Glasgow (b. 1991) is a visual artist who lives and works in Belfast. He studied at Wimbledon College of Art and the Royal College of Art where he completed his MA in 2015. Recent projects include “Laboratory of Dark Matters”, a group residency and exhibition at Guest Projects London (2017) and “It’s not the digging, it’s the dirt”, a programme of live work broadcast online from a solicitors during out-of-office hours, featured as part of Art Licks Weekend 2016. Peter is currently Chair of the board at Catalyst Arts where he focuses on Admin, Finance and Governance, and recently project managed their annual Members Show and a screening of moving image work coming out of Belfast at LUX in London.
Spaces are limited, so please arrive early.
Future Spaces will take place in Unit 4, James Joyce Street, Dublin 1, Saturday 28th July. 2.00pm.