Generation Exhibition - National Design and Craft Gallery
This exhibition invites us to consider the unique perspective of a group of Irish based designer-makers who are custodians of a familial tradition of making and creativity, continuing and/or reinventing the work begun by previous generations of their family.
For these designers and makers tradition is not static, but is in constant movement and so the exhibition traces ways in which their cultural legacy is defined, or sometimes re-defined as they navigate contemporary studio practices and workshops whose origins are rooted in previous generations.
It explores how generational relationships and personal histories have encouraged an added sense of responsibility, influenced aesthetic considerations and helped shape overall narratives. Based on the notion that making matters, the exhibition reminds us that no matter what form it takes, the importance of making and respect for tradition remains at the heart of these family enterprises.
Curated by Frances McDonald and Muireann Charleton.
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Dates:12 March 2020 - 21 June 2020
Where: NATIONAL DESIGN & CRAFT GALLERY
Organised by National Design and Craft Gallery