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Liffeytown

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Fergal McCarthy

‘Liffeytown’ was a public artwork devised for the river Liffey in Dublin as part of the city’s Fringe Festival in September 2010. The installation comprised 11 red and green Perspex and steel ‘Monopoly houses and hotels’ (each measuring 2m x 2m x 2.5m) which were anchored in place, and ...

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Flag Wall

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Gearóid Muldowney

'Flag Wall' (2012) is a tiled wall design which was created by Gearóid Muldowney for the courtyard of Colaiste Pobail Setanta secondary school in Phibblestown, Dublin 15. 67 ft of wall, to a height of 6ft, was tiled with 3240 ceramic tiles in 5 different colours. The installation abstractly depi...

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St. Mary’s CBS, Portlaoise - Per Cent for Art Commission

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Paul Gregg

Paul Gregg’s Per Cent for Art commission for St Mary’s CBS comprised four distinct but interrelated strands which activated the interior of the building as well as the expansive school grounds.

Ancient Ecology Pavilion’ is a viewing area set into a grass embankment on the schoo...

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Research in Public: Public Art in Galway

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Vagabond Reviews

‘Research in Public: Public Art in Galway 2011-2012’ was a participatory public art project commissioned by Galway City Council’s Arts Office. This per cent for art pro...

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Sun Bounce and Solar Seats

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Paul Gregg

Sun Bounce & Solar Seats is a permanent sculptural work for St. Kevin's Community College, in Dunlavin, Co. Wicklow. Sun Bounce comprises six circular mirrors mounted on an upturned stainless steel dial (sextant) that reflect the sun onto a target situated in the shade. The six mirrors denote...

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No Man's Land

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Fergal McCarthy

‘No Man’s Land’ (2011) was a small, man-made island, created by Fergal McCarthy for Dublin’s Fringe Festival that year. Anchored west of The Samuel Beckett Bridge on the river Liffey, opposite a vacant building intended to be the headquarters of the former Anglo Irish Bank, the fake desse...

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Smithfield Art Tunnel

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Fieldwork & Strategies

Smithfield Art Tunnel (2012-2014) aimed to bring artworks into the public realm, by making them visible to passing pedestrians, and the 40,000+ passengers who use the Luas every day. Supported by local businesses and Dublin City Council, the venture aimed to provide a community park, garden and c...

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Granby Park

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UpStart

‘Granby Park’ (2013) was a temporary ‘pop-up’ park in a vacant site in Dublin’s inner-city. It was devised and constructed by over 500 volunteers, from recycled, up-cycled, reclaimed, borrowed, donated and found materials, to make “a place of creativity, nature, imagination, play a...

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Hedgehog (inspired by the origami of J. Richardson)

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Alex Pentek

Inspired by the original origami-hedgehog created by John Richardson, this large scale work was completed and installed in May 2010. After the creation of a 3D CAD model, the work was plasma-cut from a series of 6mm Corten steel sheets, and fabricated using MIG welds over a galvanized piping...

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Tell Me Something

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Andrew Kearney

‘Tell Me Something’ (2014) was an interactive, site-specific, mixed media installation. It took the form of a large, white, luminous ring positioned two thirds of the way up the iconic 52-metre red-brick chimney stack at the former Golden Vale Factory in Limerick city. This prominent location...

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Nazareth Housing Association provides independent living houses for individuals and couples who are 65 and over and on the Sligo County Council housing list.  Nazareth Village is comprised of 48 houses in a garden setting.  The Village was financed as a public-private partnership between Nazareth Housing Association and Sligo County Council with funding from the Department of Environment, Community and Local Government.  

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