Linda Plunkett • Lens Culture

Saturday, 27 June 2015

“While Joyce famously lamented Dublin’s absence in art, images such as [Nevill] Johnson’s and [Patrick] Donald’s invite us to reimagine and revisit its streetlife – not as static, rigid museum-pieces but rather as signifiers of the ongoing reshaping of its social and material geography. Documentary record and artistic vision work together in a creative play or tension, to express the city’s polyphonic histories and geographies. Distant voices, while fainter, still echo down the decades.” Stephanie McBride • Irish Arts Review

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