THEN comprising of 4 parts including M-Path, Around, Meeting, Garden
|Artist Name(s)||Adam Chodzko|
|Artwork title||THEN comprising of 4 parts including M-Path, Around, Meeting, Garden|
THEN is a project by acclaimed British artist Adam Chodzko, curated by Aisling Prior. It was commissioned by Breaking Ground, the Per Cent for Art programme for Ballymun Regeneration Limited, from 2006-2007, in various locations across Dublin. It comprised of four works which fantasise future changes to our sense of place, community and time.
A catalogue for THEN was produced and includes essays by Caoimhin Mac Giolla Leith, Andrew Wilson and Jaki Irvine
Visual Artists' News Sheet January /February 2008 published an interview with Jason Oakley
A lecture titled, THEN, Before THEN and Next was held at Dublin City Gallery as part of the The Hugh Lane Public Lectures, in January 2008
Adam Chodzko was born in 1965 and lives and works in Whitstable, Kent, UK.
Forthcoming works include new commissions for Museum d'arte Moderna, Bologna and the first Folkestone Sculpture Triennale, (2008). In 2002 he received awards from the Hamlyn Foundation and the Foundation for Contemporary Art, New York. His work is in the collections of the Tate, The British Council, The Arts Council, and international museums and private collections.
|Commission Type||Regeneration Agency|
|Commissioner Name||Breaking Ground Limited. Curator - Aisling Prior|
|Project commission dates||September 1, 2006 - October 1, 2007|
|Public Presentation dates||March 16, 2009 - January 13, 2008|
|Art Practice||Arts Participation|
|Percent for art||Yes|
|Budget Range||35000 - 70000 euro|
|Project commission start date||01/09/2006|
|Project commission end date||01/10/2007|
|Street Address||M-Path was located at the Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane, Charlemont House, Parnell Square North, Dublin 1
Meeting was located at Balbutcher Lane , Ballymun Dublin 11
Around was located at 15 Henrietta Street, Dublin 1
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|Content contributor(s)||Denise Reddy|
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