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Audio from the Centre for Contemporary Art Derry~Londonderry, including artworks and artists in conversation.

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Audio from the Centre for Contemporary Art Derry~Londonderry, including artworks and artists in conversation.

    BONUS MATERIAL: CCA Derry~Londonderry | Round Table #3 | Irish Modernisms

    BONUS MATERIAL: CCA Derry~Londonderry | Round Table #3 | Irish Modernisms

    Welcome to a BONUS MATERIAL podcast that follows on from the third CCA Derry~Londonderry's Round Table with the Irish Modernisms artists talking about their work and experiences. The exhibition's artists James Ashe, Rachael Campbell-Palmer, Phillip McCrilly, Grace McMurray join the exhibition's curators Catherine Hemelryk and Matt Retallick to discuss modernisms, the work in the show and their wider practices.

    The full transcript is available to read here: tinyurl.com/smrf6nce

    You can listen to the first part of the conversation here: anchor.fm/ccadld/episodes/CCA-DerryLondonderry--Round-Table-3--Irish-Modernisms-e14coei

    You can see 'Irish Modernisms: legacies of modernism in the north' at CCA until 18 September 2021. You can see images of the show at the website and online @CCADLD.

    CCADLD.org/exhibitions/irish-modernisms

    With thanks to:

    CCA Derry~Londonderry
    Arts Council of Northern Ireland
    Derry City & Strabane District Council
    British Art Network
    Paul Mellon Centre
    Yale
    Arts Council England
    Tate

    • 45 min
    CCA Derry~Londonderry | Round Table #3 | Irish Modernisms

    CCA Derry~Londonderry | Round Table #3 | Irish Modernisms

    Welcome to the third CCA Derry~Londonderry's Round Table where we bring together artists to talk about their work and experiences.  Irish Modernisms is an exhibition bringing together five contemporary artists from NI influenced and exploring the legacies of modernism in the north. The exhibition's artists James Ashe, Rachael Campbell-Palmer, Phillip McCrilly, Grace McMurray join the exhibition's curators Catherine Hemelryk and Matt Retallick to discuss modernisms, the work in the show and their wider practices.  

    The full transcript is available to read here: https://tinyurl.com/3afcnfp4 

    This is the first part of the conversation - you can listen to the rest of the conversation on our Bonus Material Podcast: anchor.fm/ccadld/episodes/BONUS-MATERIAL-CCA-DerryLondonderry--Round-Table-3--Irish-Modernisms-e14cp8v 

    You can see 'Irish Modernisms: legacies of modernism in the north' at CCA until 18 September 2021. You can see images of the show at the website and online @CCADLD.  

    CCADLD.org/exhibitions/irish-modernisms  

    With thanks to: 

    CCA Derry~Londonderry
    Arts Council of Northern Ireland
    Derry City & Strabane District Council
    British Art Network
    Paul Mellon Centre
    Yale
    Arts Council England
    Tate

    • 39 min
    CCA Derry~Londonderry | Round Table #2 | Janie Doherty, Locky Morris, Joanne Laws

    CCA Derry~Londonderry | Round Table #2 | Janie Doherty, Locky Morris, Joanne Laws

    Welcome to the second of CCA Derry~Londonderry's Round Tables where we  bring together artists to talk about their work and experiences.  

    In this episode artists Janie Doherty and Locky Morris are in  conversation with Joanne Laws. They discuss their respective practices, collaboration, movement, painting, place, disembodied limbs and more.

    You can see nothing (but windows), a new body of work by Janie Doherty and Locky Morris, in CCA’s Project Space until 1 May 2021 and clips by  the artists can be seen on Instagram @CCADLD and 'especiallyeverything' @LockyMorrisArtist. 

    Transcription of this recording is available here.


    With thanks to:  

    CCA Derry~Londonderry
    Arts Council of Northern Ireland
    Derry City & Strabane District Council

    • 49 min
    Lucie McLaughlin | Clickety-Clack - Part 3

    Lucie McLaughlin | Clickety-Clack - Part 3

    URGENCIES (2021) is a biennial exhibition by CCA Derry~Londonderry. The exhibition is selected from an open call, seeking to take the temperature of what emerging artists working today with a connection to our region consider to be urgent.

    Lucie McLaughlin, Clickety-Clack - Part 3, 2021  
    9 minutes 12 seconds

    Clickety-Clack by Lucie McLaughlin is a triptych of experimental sound work, a mix of field recording and constructed narrative sequences that include the sounds of a printer dancing, music leaked through walls, the quiet rabble of voices outside a pub and the purr of a washing machine. The artist aims to build connections between the disparate places where words inhabit artwork and art inhabits words. Lucie navigates between moving/still image, performance, writing and sound and uses 'autobiographical' or abstracted anecdotal moments in order to question the essence of performative text and to write from 'hard places' such as mental ill health. Lucie McLaughlin was born in Belfast and is currently based in Glasgow.

    URGENCIES (2021) features artists and Martin Boyle, Bryony Dunne, Brian Farrell, Edy Fung, Kathryn Graham, Michael Hanna, Patrick Hickey, Siobhán Kelly, Lucie McLaughlin, Christopher Steenson, Frank Wasser and was selected by artist Locky Morris and CCA Director Catherine Hemelryk.

    Read more about the exhibition:   
    http://cca-derry-londonderry.org/exhibitions/urgencies-2021

    Listen to Clickety-Clack parts 1 and 2 here.

    This project was supported by:   
    CCA Derry~Londonderry  
    Arts Council of Northern Ireland  
    Derry City & Strabane District Council

    • 9 min
    Lucie McLaughlin | Clickety-Clack - Part 2

    Lucie McLaughlin | Clickety-Clack - Part 2

    URGENCIES (2021) is a biennial exhibition by CCA Derry~Londonderry. The exhibition is selected from an open call, seeking to take the temperature of what emerging artists working today with a connection to our region consider to be urgent.

    Lucie McLaughlin, Clickety-Clack - Part 1, 2021
    3 minutes 55 seconds

    Clickety-Clack by Lucie McLaughlin is a triptych of experimental sound work, a mix of field recording and constructed narrative sequences that include the sounds of a printer dancing, music leaked through walls, the quiet rabble of voices outside a pub and the purr of a washing machine. The artist aims to build connections between the disparate places where words inhabit artwork and art inhabits words. Lucie navigates between moving/still image, performance, writing and sound and uses 'autobiographical' or abstracted anecdotal moments in order to question the essence of performative text and to write from 'hard places' such as mental ill health. Lucie McLaughlin was born in Belfast and is currently based in Glasgow.

    URGENCIES (2021) features artists and Martin Boyle, Bryony Dunne, Brian Farrell, Edy Fung, Kathryn Graham, Michael Hanna, Patrick Hickey, Siobhán Kelly, Lucie McLaughlin, Christopher Steenson, Frank Wasser and was selected by artist Locky Morris and CCA Director Catherine Hemelryk.  

    Read more about the exhibition:  
    http://cca-derry-londonderry.org/exhibitions/urgencies-2021

    Listen to Clickety-Clack parts 1 and 3 here.  

    This project was supported by:  
    CCA Derry~Londonderry
    Arts Council of Northern Ireland
    Derry City & Strabane District Council

    • 3 min
    Lucie McLaughlin | Clickety-Clack - Part 1

    Lucie McLaughlin | Clickety-Clack - Part 1

    URGENCIES (2021) is a biennial exhibition by CCA Derry~Londonderry. The exhibition is selected from an open call, seeking to take the temperature of what emerging artists working today with a connection to our region consider to be urgent.

    Lucie McLaughlin, Clickety-Clack - Part 1, 2021
    7 minutes 31 seconds

    Clickety-Clack by Lucie McLaughlin is a triptych of experimental sound work, a mix of field recording and constructed narrative sequences that include the sounds of a printer dancing, music leaked through walls, the quiet rabble of voices outside a pub and the purr of a washing machine. The artist aims to build connections between the disparate places where words inhabit artwork and art inhabits words. Lucie navigates between moving/still image, performance, writing and sound and uses 'autobiographical' or abstracted anecdotal moments in order to question the essence of performative text and to write from 'hard places' such as mental ill health. Lucie McLaughlin was born in Belfast and is currently based in Glasgow.

    URGENCIES (2021) features artists and Martin Boyle, Bryony Dunne, Brian Farrell, Edy Fung, Kathryn Graham, Michael Hanna, Patrick Hickey, Siobhán Kelly, Lucie McLaughlin, Christopher Steenson, Frank Wasser and was selected by artist Locky Morris and CCA Director Catherine Hemelryk.

    Read more about the exhibition:

    http://cca-derry-londonderry.org/exhibitions/urgencies-2021
    Listen to Clickety-Clack parts 2 and 3 here.

    This project was supported by:

    CCA Derry~Londonderry
    Arts Council of Northern Ireland
    Derry City & Strabane District Council

    • 7 min

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