Since the beginning of the 20th century, surveillance and spying capacities have accelerated in line with technological advances. Now, at a time when the world is waking up to what is at stake, the Surveillé·e·s investigate both the visible and invisible mechanisms in operation: photographers Karl Burke, Willie Doherty, Roseanne Lynch and Donovan Wylie, painters Colin Martin and Ian Wieczorek, sculptor Lorcan McGeough, video artists Declan Clarke and Allan Hughes, and the multi-media artists Alan Butler, Caroline Campbell & Nina MacGowan, Teresa Dillon, Benjamin Gaulon, John Gerrard, Irina Gheorghe and Jim Ricks.
In partnership with Centre Culturel Irlandais
Opening Saturday 12 January at 2pm
Exhibition runs until Friday 1 March 2019
Tuesday to Saturday, 11am to 4pm
Closed Sunday, Monday and on public holidays
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