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July 28 2014

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where The Science Gallery, Trinity College, Pearse Street, Dublin 2
01 896 4091‎
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when Until 5th October

how much Free

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Strange Weather

Our favourite topic of conversation, an apt icebreaker and filler of awkward silences; the unpredictable weather shapes the Irish character and the day-to-day mood of the nation. In Evelyn Cusack we trust. While we bask in above average temperatures and send 99’ ice cream sales to record highs, some parts of the West are still in the midst of repairing damage from February’s Perfect Storm. To say the least, our weather of recent years has had a strange disposition. The Romans named Ireland, “Hibernia” meaning ‘Land of Winter’ - perhaps in ancient times they, too, were left confused when it came to daily attire; flip-flops or Aran jumper? Strange Weather looks at future forecasts, how we can benefit from the climate chaos and asks if a cultural reshape needs to take place in order survive when strange weather hits./ Claire Mullane

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July 28 2014

Deeponeperfectmorning

where Kerlin Gallery, Anne's Lane, South Anne Street, Dublin 2.
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when 10am - 5.45pm

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Deep One Perfect Morning

The question ‘What does your home say about you?’ can receive a truthful answer only when asked of college students. From the sub-optimal furniture, curdled floor puddles and wayward Skittles, a competent man of forensics does not need to guess how these people live; everyone else covers their tracks and maintains their homes like showrooms. The group exhibition at the Kerlin seems to be arranged like a student residence. There are room dividers by Mark Francis and Isabel Nolan sustaining housemate détente, next to unaccounted for ‘Puke Patches’ by Sam Keogh that strains it; scattered are metal chairs with missing seats by Aleana Egan, and fixed to walls are pieces by Jan Pleitner and Liam Gillick. Nobody was home the perfect morning I was there – perhaps still out from the perfect night last night. / Olen Bajarias

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