Aila Harryson Lorigan, Alan Phelan, Alisha Doody, Andy Osborn, Anita McCarthy, Aoife Herrity, Audrey Hendy, Barbara Kenneally, Becks Butler, Billy Kenrick, Brian Giles, Brian McIlvenny, Brian Teeling, Bronagh Lee, Bronwyn Andrews, Bryan Hogan, CANVAZ, Caoimhe Dalton, Ciaran Meister, Claire McCluskey, Claire Prouvost, Clare Lynch, Clare Lyons, Clodagh O’Leary, Colin Jones, Conor McMahon, Conor Nolan, Crona Gallagher, David Begley, David J Moore, David McGinn, Dermot Ryan, Dorje de Burgh, Dorota Borowa, Eimearjean McCormack, Eimhinn Farrell, Elise Fisher, Elizabeth O’Shaughnessy, Ellie Berry, Els Borghart, Emma O’Hara, Freja Blomstrand, Gabrielle Bowe, Gary Byrne, George Voronov, Gintaras Varnagys, Giorgia Graf, Giulia Berto, Grainne Murphy, Helena Gouveia Monteiro, Holly Anna Furey, Hugh Quigley, Iryna Baklan, Izzy Rose Grange, Jane Cummins, Jason Minsky, Jill Quigley, Jo Kimmins, Joanne Betty Conlon, Joe Marner, John Busher, Juliana Falanghe, Juliette Liautaud, Kelsey Lennon, Kimberly Goes, Kurb Junki, Laura McMorrow, Lorcan Cassidy, Luke Reidy, Madison Donohue, Margaret McLoughlin, Margo McNulty, Marian Balfe, Martina Cleary, Mary Keane, Mary O’Connor, Maureen Burke, Meabh Joyce, Megan Doherty, Monolith, Muntsa Molina, Myles Shelly, Neil Dunne, Neil J. Smyth, Niamh Coffey, Niamh Gillespie, Norah Brennan, Pauline Rowan, Peter Bjoerk, Rafal Krol, Ramona Farrelly, Rebecca Phelan, RGKSKSRG, Ria Czerniak, Róisín McGannon, Róisín White, Ruth Connolly, Ruth McLoughlin, Sarah Bracken Soper, Sarah Usher, Sean O’Donnell, Simon Bates, Stasele Jakunskaite, Ste Murray, Stephane Bruchet, Steven Nestor, Vaida Varnagiene, Vesna Gasparic, Wally Cassidy, and Yuri Kawakami.
The Library Project
4 Temple Bar Street, D02 YK53, Dublin, Ireland.
2pm Saturday 2nd November 2019
Until 2nd December 2019
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Image: I Can’t Hear You, 2018
Gelatin silver sheet film (reverse processed), duraclear c-print
25 x 26 cm. in a Lightbox
Edition of 1
“Phelan has been working for the past 3 years on reviving a forgotten colour photography process invented in the 1890s in Dublin. John Joly, a professor from TCD invented a process that proved full colour could be made from combinations of red, green and blue light. The resulting photograph is comprised of two parts – black and white sheet film and a colour screen made from red, green and blue stripes. This is not a chemical process but instead filters light on exposure and display to create colour. This image is from a series of self-portraits and formed part of an installation at The Lab earlier this year. Phelan will have a series of exhibitions in 2020 which will show many more variations of these photographs at the RHA, Void, Solstice and CCI Paris.
About the Artist
Alan Phelan studied at Dublin City University and Rochester Institute of Technology, New York. Exhibitions include: 2019 TBG+S Atrium, The LAB, Dublin, Glucksman Gallery, Cork; 2018: Dada Post, Berlin; 2017: Loop, Barcelona; 2016: Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane, EVA International, Limerick, NSK Folk Biennale; 2015: GDA commission, Videonale.15, Fragments, IMMA; 2014: Golden Thread Gallery, Belfast, Detroit Stockholm; 2013: Treignac Projet, Oonagh Young Gallery, Dublin; TBG+S; Bozar, Brussels; 2012: Eastlink Gallery, Shanghai; 2011: Oksasenkatu 11, Helsinki; Mina Dresden Gallery, San Francisco; 2010: Galería Del Infinito Arte, Buenos Aires; 2009 Fragile Absolutes, IMMA, Dublin and Chapter, Cardiff; EV+A, Limerick; 2008: Solstice Arts Centre, Navan; 2007 Feinkost, Berlin; mother’s tankstation, Dublin; 2006: ŠKUC, Ljubljana; SKC Gallery, Belgrade; The Lab, Dublin; 2004: Whitney Museum of American Art, New York.
His work is included in the collections of the Irish Museum of Modern Art, Trinity College Dublin, Limerick City Gallery of Art, The National Self-Portrait Collection, the Office of Public Works, Dublin City Council and several private collections.”