Shine

Shine

  Shine was a solo exhibition exhibited in the Laois Arthouse 2014 and in the attic room of King House 2013. Audio visual installation, see more (add link to video). Duration 12mins (part audio). Dim. h. 150cm x w. 200cm. These exhibitions are the result of time spent...

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Honeycomb

Honeycomb

The Honeycomb was a collaborative community art project which was exhibited in the main arena of Electric Picnic Arts and Music Festival, Stradbally, Co. Laois in 2011 and 2012. This large scale light installation was developed by Vera McEvoy, four other artists and...

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Sculpture in Context

Sculpture in Context

Cultúrbug the group Vera collaborated with during her year long residency in ware invited to exhibit at Sculpture in Context 2012. The group have continued their creative journey after the residency was completed. This exhibit was a wonderful way to further celebrate...

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Curatorship

Curatorship

Borders: From Kathmandu to Kerry and Beyond 2015 curated by Vera McEvoy Borders l, ll and lll were a series of curated touring exhibitions. Exhibited in Kathmandu, Kerry and Laois during 2015. The works were exhibited in Kathmandu the week before the 1st earthquake in...

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Anglesey Residency

Anglesey Residency

Vera McEvoy spent two weeks on an Artist Residency in Amlwch, Anglesey, Wales in 2013. Below are selected images of land art installations developed during that period..            

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Again and Again

Again and Again

This self funded year long research project took place in a large clothing recycle centre in Dublin. The finished artworks consisted of two video pieces (part audio)  and a series of still photographs. The works were exhibited in the National College of Art and Design...

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Absəns Prezəns

Absəns Prezəns

Cultúrbug’s final exhibition, Absəns Prezəns, was a visual response to historical and social research undertaken by the group in relation to a small orphanage, developed circa 1867. Access was granted to the land and ruins by the current land owner. The exhibition...

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ALUCARD Code, Bram Stoker’s House, Dubin

ALUCARD Code, Bram Stoker’s House, Dubin

Bram Stoker's house, 15 Marino Crescent, Clontarf, Dublin 3, hosts 'THE ALUCARD CODE', a collaborative exhibition by artists Vera McEvoy and Frances Nolan on 6th June 2013 , with an opening address by Dr. Declan Long, Turner Prize 2013 Jurist and Lecturer. There is an...

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