Carnage Visors is a new art exhibition showcasing in RUARED this month and is curated by Paul McAree. Running from March 7th until April 9th, the exhibition is a metaphor for rose-tinted glasses and is a group show exploring the idea of making work today and the autonomy of an artwork versus being socially or politically aware.
Carnage Visors seeks to propose that art can, and artists do, situate themselves as never before as a counterbalance to so much fleeting and temporary moments in the world, giving us a slower and more considered series of propositions within which to consider art and the world.
Presenting a diverse series of artworks from Richard T Walker’s reflections within the landscape, to Juntae TJ Hwang’s drunken webcam ranting – Carnage Visors proposes a bold optimism for artistic practice. Neil Carroll’s work experiments with traditional materials and uses them in a more organic way to explore creative expression and concerns. Carnage Visors also features works from Martin Healy, Amanda Coogan, Sonia Shiel, Nevan Lahart and Marcel Vidal.
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