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Damiano Curschellas and Colm Mac Athlaoich—1001 Shows

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Feb 27 2020 - Mar 02 2020
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115 - 117 The Coombe, Dublin City, Dublin,

The exhibition 1001 Shows by Colm Mac Athlaoich and Damiano Curschellas understands itself as a moment within an ongoing program which includes works that echo past exhibitions.

Exhibition preview: Thursday, February 27th, 18:00–20:00

Exhibition continues: Friday 28th February–Monday 2nd March inclusive, 12:00–18:00

After each exhibition, an unspoken rule requires to paint the space in order to remove all the traces for the upcoming show. The Pallas Projects moved to 115–117 The Coombe in 2012 and since then has hosted more than one hundred and forty shows. According to this hypothesis the exhibition space has been painted at least one hundred and forty times and the actual volume of the space shrunk with every layer of paint.

The exhibition 1001 Shows by Colm Mac Athlaoich and Damiano Curschellas understands itself as a moment within an ongoing program which includes works that echo past exhibitions.

Damiano Curschellas was born in 1990 in Switzerland and lives and works in Brussels and the Principality of Liechtenstein. Using a variety of media such as sculpture and text, Curschellas articulates installations with a capacity to comprehend the exhibition space as a social construction. He has exhibited extensively, selected shows include: Unaffected interest 1-7, SB34 Brussels (2020), FAKE FLOWERS, Gallery Valerie Traan (2019), Antwerp, Chapter One ˜ Chapter One, BIKINI Space, Basel (2018), open house, Stadtgalerie Bern (2017). damianocurschellas.ch

Colm Mac Athlaoich (b. 1980, Dublin, Ireland) lives and works between Dublin and Brussels. His work uses various media to deal with ideas of materiality, process and perception. His works sits between figuration and abstraction, exploring the space between. In a motorised way he achieves this by creating a series of obstacles and interventions within the creative process. His work often deals with the potential materiality of the spoken and documented word, using recorded descriptions and archived data of existing work. Mac Athlaoich has been a member of both the Graphic Studio Printmakers and The Black Church Print Studio. He is co- founder and director of Monster Truck Gallery and studios, Dublin. Selected shows include: The Waiting Game, Galaria Webber, Turin, ITA (2018) Elsewhere to be found, Farmleigh Estate, Dublin. IRE (2018) Traveling Without Moving, Pallas Projects, Dublin. IRE (2017). Una Terrible Belleza, Rizoma Galeria, Madrid, ES (2017).