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‘Being an outsider gives me a different view on things other people might take for granted’

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There is a horse farm about a mile and a half outside Motala, a small town located between Stockholm and Gothenburg in southern Sweden. There it is surrounded by vast woodlands, a huge lake, hunters cabins, and amid the rural isolation, an old mental asylum.

‘We are lucky Galway has a wealth of artists and an arts audience’

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FESTIVALS COME thick and fast in Galway this time of the year. The Comedy Carnival has only just finished, but next week will see the launch of the TULCA Festival of Visual Arts which runs from November 7 to 23.

An intimate view of the everyday

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THE AWARD winning photographer and artist Patrick Hogan will be exhibiting as part of this year’s TULCA Festival of Visual Art, which opens tomorrow.

There is no one interpretation

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WHY SHOULD there be only one interpretation of a artwork - be it a painting, a play, a song, a film, a poem? By opening such works to multiple perspectives is possibly the only way art can effectively take in the diversity of human experience.

TULCA returns next month

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TULCA, GALWAY’S festival of visual arts returns from November 9 to 23 bringing 41 Irish and international artists together for exhibitions, talks, tours, and workshops in the city and county.

Tulca Festival of Visual Arts reveals exciting line-up

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THE TULCA Festival of Visual Arts 2011 kicks off on Friday next November 4. The festival will examine aspects of the recent fall-out in Ireland and internationally, by addressing artist responses to political, social, and economic collapse. Entitled ‘After the fall’ it will also consider re-imaginings of the future in the wake of these collapses. A range of well-known Irish artists will feature in this year’s programme, many of these artists engage with contentious issues in post-Celtic Tiger Ireland. Tulca runs until November 20 in galleries across Galway.

 

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