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Installation image of Cathy Wilkes at Void Gallery

Void was delighted to show Belfast born artist Cathy Wilkes. Since settling in Glasgow in 1985 when she was 19, Cathy Wilkes has been heavily involved in Glasgow's artistic scene. She was a founding member of the Glasgow Women's Library in 1988 and has been Director of the Wilkes Gallery (1994 -1997) and a member [...]

Installation image of Finola Jones exhibition at Void Gallery

Void’s exhibition Less crushing a blow, was a video and sound installation by Dublin based artist Finola Jones. The exhibition was a work specifically created for Void and featured the artist’s on-going explorations of the interlacing patterns of video monitor screens, projections and overlaid sound. Jones is an inveterate traveller and her footage is acquired from [...]

Gabriela Fridriksdottir install image at Void Gallery

Void was delighted to have Inside the Core/Tetralógía by Icelandic artist Gabriela Friðriksdóttir in the gallery. Friðriksdóttir’s drawings, sculptures, music experiments and videos create a microcosm tending towards Surrealism, peopled with hybrid and sexually charged beings that can be read as metaphors for melancholy and excess. Gabríela Friðriksdóttir’s video works are distinguished by a meditative narrative [...]

Dan Hays installation image at Void Gallery

Void was delighted to present Deliverance, a solo exhibition by Dan Hays. In 1999 Dan Hays discovered an alternative Dan Hays through an Internet search, living in Colorado, U.S.A.  His website consists of numerous photographs of the Rocky Mountain landscape surrounding his home, as well as a live web-cam. With his permission a series of [...]

Common Culture installation image at Void Gallery

Void was delighted to present Pop Trauma, a solo exhibition by Common Culture, the name of the artist group made up of David Campbell and Mark Durden. Common Culture exhibited part of their ongoing project, Pop Trauma in two galleries in Northern Ireland. Curated by guest curator Hugh Mulholland they will be exhibiting live performance of [...]

Theresa Nanigian install image at Void Gallery

Theresa Nanigian’s art practice involves creating profiles of contemporary Western life, be it a profile of a single individual, a catastrophic event such as 9/11 or an entire country at a particular point in time.  These representations often borrow from the analytical systems, tools and aesthetics of other disciplines such as philosophy, economics and logic. [...]

Dennis McNulty install image at Void Gallery

Void was delighted to host the solo exhibition dx/dt by Dublin based artist/musician Dennis McNulty. McNulty's practice includes site-specific sound performances, concerts of improvised music, soundtrack composition and video may also be familiar to some audiences as former member of Irish electronic music duo decal. Since departing from decal in 2003 Mc Nulty has focused his energies [...]

Caroline McCarthy install image at Void Gallery

Void was delighted to host the solo exhibition There by Dublin based artist Caroline Mc Carthy. The theme throughout the works shown at Void was a response to archetypal representations of place. Gallery 1 houses one of the more recent pieces in the exhibition PalmTree (CMYK).tif , 2006. In this work  Mc Carthy uses circles of plastic punched [...]

Aisling O'Beirn installation image at Void Gallery

Void was delighted to host the solo exhibition …And Other Storeys by Belfast based artist Aisling O'Beirn.  …And Other Storeys is derived from a body of research into various informal accounts of place. The research takes the form of a constantly expanding collection of urban myths, anecdotes, landmarks, place nicknames and hand drawn maps gathered from various cities. O’Beirn’s [...]

Pádraig Timoney installation image at Void Gallery

Void was delighted to host the solo exhibition The Fear Of All Sums – Ten Million Dice to Weigh by Derry born artist Padraig Timoney.   Some thoughts towards a Statement by Padraig Timoney, 2006 The works gathered, then strewn around the Void are from the last few years mostly. Visual surfaces get played with. They open into illusion, [...]

Simon Starling installation image at Void Gallery

Void was delighted to host the solo exhibition C.A.M by Simon Starling who was shortlisted for the 2005 Turner Prize.  Simon Starling is fascinated by the process involved in transforming one object or substance into another. He makes objects, installations, and pilgrimage-like journeys which draw out an array of ideas about nature, technology and economics. Starling [...]

Anne Tallentire installation image at Void Gallery

Void was delighted to host the solo exhibition Drift: diagram vii by Anne Tallentire.  Human labour is often invisible, carried out beyond the sight of others or passed by unnoticed. The products of labour are certainly almost always taken for granted, and paradoxically this is especially true of work which is carried out in public. The cleaning [...]