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Sinéad O'Donnell

Photo by Jason Lee

2pm-6pm
Book tickets on In Between Time website

Part of Sinéad’s Violent performance series in which she explores the sound of the word violent and the imminent threat of violence rather than its actual physical force. The artist meticulously stacks dinner plates so high that they tower above her head and then collapse. The debris made by this action creates a fragmented sculpture that slowly covers the floor.

For In Between Time, Sinéad will work in the space for four hours with hundreds of white dinner plates. Stacking, holding, letting go.

It/s/it/s/about/it/s/about/holding/holding it/holding onto it/holding it together/for a while/through time/slowly/quickly/slightly/silently/in/action/holding/ holding onto something/that/that can/it can/fall to pieces/but/it/it/never/seems/to/die

You can take part in a workshop with Sinéad on 15 February.

Date and time

17 February 2013

Please note
This is now a past event.

Venue

In Between Time
Arnolfini 16 Narrow Quay Bristol Avon BS1 4QA
Bristol
UK