No Mean City (2015) has been selected to screen as part of TULCA 2015 curated by Dublin based writer, art historian and independent curator Mary Cremin.

The future of the global environment may very well be the most pressing political priority of our time. This exhibition seeks to illuminate issues of climate change and our place in the changing landscape while, at the same time, examining the language associated with climatologists’ future projections–language often evocative of science fiction rather than science fact. Through a combination of the real and the imaginary the exhibiting artists create a collective call for a sea-change, literally, in our current climate policies.

Installation view here:


Participating artists: Anne Maree Barry| Rhona Byrne| Mark Clare| Carol Anne Connolly| Colin Crotty| Culturstruction| Christo| Jason Deans| Michelle Deignan| Caroline Doolin| Angela Fulcher| Tue Greenfort| Martin Healy| Louise Hervé & Chloé Maillet| Allan Hughes| Brian King| Barbara Knezevic| Clare Langan| Nevan Lahart| Richard Long| Ruth Lyons| Maggie Madden| Maria McKinney| Dennis McNulty & Ros Kavanagh| Ailbhe Ni Bhriain| Seamus Nolan| Seoidin O’Sullivan| Owen Quinlan| Oswaldo Ruiz| The Canary Project| Anaïs Tondeur| Michael John Whelan

Hy-Brasil film Screening

George Bolster| Adam Chodzko| Shezad Dawood| Robert J. Flaherty| Otolith Group| Werner Herzog| Tadhg O’Sullivan| Laura Smith

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