Apertures & Anxieties is an exhibition celebrating 300 years of Trinity’s School of Medicine and is on display in the RHA Gallery, Dublin from the 16 November – 21 December 2011.
The exhibiting artists are Aideen Barry, Megan Eustace, Andrew Folan RHA, Nick Miller, Ciaran Murphy, Maria McKinney, Theresa Nanigian, Abigail O’Brien RHA, Eilis O’Connell RHA, Garrett Phelan and Grace Weir.
At the invitation of the Head of School of Medicine and Vice Provost for Medical Affairs, Professor Dermot Kelleher, the RHA selected eleven artists to work with various, clinicians, researchers and technicians throughout the Medical School. Artists identified such areas as neuroscience, anatomy, psychiatry and social medicine in which to conduct their research and develop their response. In all cases generous access was afforded to artists to laboratories and research areas and in some cases close collaboration developed between the artists and the clinicians.
The exhibition aims to create stimulating and aesthetically successful artworks that will challenge and engage the public in issues of medical klonopin research and art practice.
The exhibition has been made possible through additional support of the Trinity Foundation.
For further information contact the RHA Gallery on 01 661 2558 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.