FUTURES and Holdfast in the Sunday Times Ireland

Yesterday’s Sunday Times Ireland included 2 texts of mine about exhibitions in Dublin, both important (for different reasons) and both worth visiting. To read online (with paywall):

FUTURES at RHA Gallery

Holdfast at Draíocht in Blanchardstown


Moving Image work included in “Then What If?” online project and exhibition.

I’m delighted to have 3 pieces (one of them with Landing Collective) showing in an audio/video project “Then What If?”.

The project is available to engage with online on

It will also be showing at Five Points Launchpad: 5 Water street, Torrington, CT

November 1- November 30, 2019


Opening Reception: Friday, November 1, 6:00 – 8:30 p.m.
Artist Panel Discussion: Friday, November 15, 6:30 p.m.

​Then, What If? Special Video Screening Event:
Saturday, November 9, 6:30 p.m.
Led by curators Gene Gort and Ken Steen, followed by a Q+A

Text about ‘New Irish Works 2019’ as part of PhotoIreland Festival published on Visual Artists Ireland’s News Sheet

I wrote about the 3rd edition of PhotoIreland’s ‘New Irish Works 2019’, with a review of all ten projects. The text was published in the Visual Artists’ News Sheet | September – October 2019, PDF can be found here.

For the online text:

Joining Basic Space as a co-director

I am delighted to announce that I have been selected to join Basic Space in Dublin as a co-director. Basic Space is an independent art organisation with a programme of residencies, exhibitions and educational events in collaboration with practitioners and art institutions throughout Ireland.

I will be working with Róisín Bohan, Siobhán Mooney, and Julia Moustacchi, all brilliant figures in the Dublin art field.

Initially I am going to focus on working with the outreach and residencies team, and am very excited at this opportunity. Watch this space for future adventures!

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Text on Roee Rosen’s ‘Exorcisms’ at Project Arts Centre published on Circa Art Magazine’s THIS MATTERS NOW website.

For the first time since I moved to Ireland I saw an exhibition by an Israeli artist in Dublin. The work is political and critical and really stuck with me since the first time I saw it. I wrote about how the exhibition impacted me. As an Israeli person this point of view may not be exactly what others visiting the exhibition experienced but it felt important understanding the type of response such poignant work brings out of an engaged audience.

To read the text:

‘Exorcisms’ Project Arts Centre page:

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