Imago Loci: an exhibition by Creative Exchange Artists' Studio members

Updated: Apr 16, 2018

Tuesday 19 September – Saturday 23 September Framewerk Gallery, 10 Upper Newtownards Road, Belfast 10.30am - 5pm, daily

Imago Loci translates as 'an image of the local'.  This title follows Imago Mundi- an image of the world -a collection of works commissioned by Italian collector Luciano Benetton' which culminated in a project and publication in 2016. Size constraints of 10cm x 12cm were placed on the works by the format of the book. The Irish participants, which featured a number of Creative Exchange Studio members, were curated by Ciara Gibbons and reflected the diverse range of artists working throughout the island of Ireland. For more information on the project, click here.

All of the exhibiting artists are members of Creative Exchange Artists’ Studio; a group of 13 artists based on the Newtownards Road. Their artistic practices encompass painting, illustration, digital art, printmaking, ceramics, moving image, installation art and social engagement. 

Here, each artist presents work within the 10cm x 12cm format, which is representative of the research, eclectic ideas and object interests of studio members. The size constraint of each work enables them to be drawn together in a celebration of the individual within a collective whole.

Creative Exchange would like to invite you to attend a closing event for the exhibition on Saturday 23 September from 2pm - 5pm.

Participating artists:  

David Fox

Ciara O’Malley

John Robinson

Ray Duncan

Heather Dornan Wilson

Barry Mulholland

Jacqueline Wylie

Robin Price

Paul Moore

Ted Pim

Colin Davis

Jenny O’Neill

Iwona Weicek

Studio Administrator: Deirdre Morrissey

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