Digital Art at Wilton Park

Announcing the premiere of Scott Eaton’s Perpetual Now II, alongside a new version of Eye of the Dream for Living Canvas by David O’Reilly. The Autumn programme at Living Canvas also features work by Alan Gilsenan and Dorothy Cross with Lisa Hannigan, Anita Groener, Mark Garry, Mark Clare, and works from The Poetry Project. Plus enjoy weekend morning animation sessions with Conor Finnegan’s short film, Fear of Flying.

What's on now

6 October 2022
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6 October
08.00 - 12.00
David O’Reilly
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6 October
12.00 - 16.00
Mark Garry
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6 October
16.00 - 20.00
Dorothy Cross / Alan Gilsenan
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6 October
20.00 - 22.00
Scott Eaton
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Previous works

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Brian Eno

FACE TO FACE

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Nick Miller

The Colours

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Luke McManus

Beyond the Circular Line

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Aideen Barry

ᖃᐅᔨᒪᔭᐅᔪᓐᓃᖅᑐᑦ SEACHMALLTACHT OBLIVION

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Alan Butler

Painting: the pivot to video

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Aoife Dunne

BRAIN CHAMBER

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Clare Langan

River

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Curatorial Committee

Living Canvas offers a unique and spectacular platform to introduce the public to leading and emerging artists working in the visual and digital field. At the same time, it has the potential to showcase the work of these artists to the world. The screen puts art in the public domain on a scale not previously encountered in Ireland. Programming is ongoing and is overseen by the Curatorial Committee:

• Patrick Murphy (Chair), Director, Royal Hibernian Academy
• Sheena Barrett, Curator, LAB Gallery, Dublin City Council
• Simon O'Connor, Director, Museum of Literature Ireland, MoLI
• Daniel Staines, Creative Director, Algorithm

New projects and initiatives are always in development, so check back soon for more.

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Viewing Points, Audio and Accessibility

Living Canvas at Wilton Park is on the banks of the Grand Canal between Baggot Street Bridge and Leeson Street Bridge. Viewing points on both sides of the Canal.

Scan the QR code to hear accompanying audio via your smartphone.

The Living Canvas Screen is publicly situated, free and fully accessible. Please note these are public footpaths and roadways, so be aware of pedestrians, bicycles and vehicle traffic while viewing.

Living Canvas

Living Canvas is a cultural initiative by IPUT which establishes new ways of exhibiting artworks in large scale outdoor installations in Dublin’s city centre.