Postponed: Objects and Oscillations

  • 28th Apr - 27th Jun
  • 19:00, 17:00
  • Droichead Arts Centre,
For more information on this event please contact 041 98 33946

A multi-medium exhibition by Brian Hegarty/ thirtythree-45 presented by Droichead Arts Centre in association with Drogheda Arts Festival 2020. 

Appropriation, minimalism and repetition are explored through installation, video, audio and collage. Elements such as vinyl records and cassettes are used in the exhibition as both subject matter and work material.

This exhibition will also feature aspects from 'thirtythree-45' a crossover project in Brian's practice where he promotes underground music, runs a D.I.Y music label, publishes photo zines and streams an internet radio station.

Brian Hegarty is a visual artist originally from Dublin living  Drogheda Co Louth for the past 15 years. He had his first solo exhibition in the Droichead Arts Centre in 2000 as well as  other sols shows in Louisville Kentucky (2002) , Lapua, Finland (2014 ) and most recently at the Ashford Gallery in the R.H.A in (2016) . He has exhibited in numerous group shows and and has works in many private and public collections. His piece 'Wall Sculpture' is part of the Highlanes gallery permanent collection. Part of Brian's practice includes music making.  He home records collaged, experimental music under various monikers. Brian also runs 'thirtythree-45', a  multi platform arts project that works independently, in partnership and in collaboration with other artists, musicians and arts organisations.

Over the years Brian has curated exhibitions and events with the likes of  Wayne Kramer ( Mc5 ), Thor & Friends, Mark Templeton , Spectrum and Nurse with Wound. 'thirtythree-45' also publishes a zine called 'Drag Acid'  and is boutique music label, releasing music by The Bonk, Arc Pioneer, Kevin Nolan, Dublingo and the Joy Fracture as well  as running an experimental internet radio station called 'The Augmented Ear'.

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