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Mediating Signals: 01_Tracing Algo-rhythm; Julie Louise Bacon, Helena Hamilton, Una Walker, Flax Art Studios, Belfast.
Funded and supported by a-n/Freelands Foundation award, Belfast City Council and Arts Council of Northern Ireland

Mediating Signals: 02_Assigning Ambiguity; Martin Boyle, Peter Glasgow, Michael Hanna, Flax Art Studios, Belfast.
Funded and supported by a-n/Freelands Foundation award, Belfast City Council and Arts Council of Northern Ireland

The spaces, though ironically designed to support broadcasts into our homes each day, were never designed to be publicly accessi- ble. They are, therefore, fascinating, retaining much of their broadcast infrastructure in the form of acoustic panels, ceil- ings crammed with odd alcoves, bizarre cut-throughs (which presumably allowed staff to sneak off-screen undetected) and – the pièce de résistance – a hair and make-up salon that feels more like a film set than the remnants of the sets themselves.“

--- Review of Mediating Signals by Jane Morrow at Visual Artists Ireland VAN Issue Sep-Oct: Here



Hyperobjects; Art Research Matters, Baum & Leahy in collaboration with Richard Beckett, Jez riley French, Joey O’Gorman, Matmos, Jasmin Märker, Robin Price, Saša Spačal, Mark Peter Wright, Catalyst Arts Gallery.
Funded and supported by Arts Council of Northern Ireland






















Radical Arcadia; Paddy Bloomer, Isabel English, Hayley Gault, Michael Hanna, David Shrigley, Jasmin Märker, Zaratan - Arte Contemporânea.
Funded and supported by British Council and Culture Ireland







Connecting Body - 7 Days of Practising Transformation and Preservation in A White Cube; Lykke Sønderkær, Catalyst Arts Gallery.
Funded and supported by The Fenton Arts Trusts and Arts Council of Northern Ireland


backspace; Yarli Allison, Craft Village Derry /Walled City Brewery /Sion Mills Heritage Museum /Brook Park. 
Funded and supported by Visual Artists Ireland [NI], Arts Council Lottery Fund, Derry City and Strabane District Council















Guide to ‘The Best Way Out is Always Through‘ The Best Way Out is Always Through was an exhibition curated by EMBASSY, Edinburgh at Catalyst Arts, Belfast, from 19th July 2018 to 16th August 2018.