The Hunt Museum are pleased to welcome Still We Work, a touring exhibition initiated by the National Women’s Council of Ireland aiming to challenge clichéd mainstream representations of women and work. The Limerick iteration curated by Michele Horrigan, sees artworks by Vagabond Reviews, Anne Tallentire, Miriam O’Connor sited throughout venues in Limerick, with Sarah Browne’s Peripherals installation on exhibit at the Hunt Museum.
Peripherals is a 13 minute long HD video projection accompanied by five sculptures. “It attempts to be a reflection on the language and economies of women’s work”.
A series of public events across Limerick City accompany this weeklong exhibition. You can download a full schedule here, or visit the Still We Work website for more information on the artists and works.
Wednesday 14th October, 3pm / Hunt Museum
Burn in Flames: Post-Patriarchal Archive in Circulation
Performance by Sarah Browne & Jesse Jones
At the Captain’s Room in the Hunt – Sarah Browne and Jesse Jones present Burn in Flames: Post-Patriarchal Archive in Circulation, developed as part of their current project In the Shadow of the State, a co-commission by Create (Ireland) and Artangel (UK). For Browne and Jones, items from everyday experience are named as evidence of the current, late-capitalist oppression of women, from legal documents to consumer goods. These objects are identified, stamped, and placed back in circulation. This work is presented through a workshop / demonstration format and audience members are encouraged to participate by bringing material they want to stamp. The project also exists on twitter as @pparchive and welcomes online contributions.