John Cage’s ‘now moments’ encourage Lismore Fort Arts’ group present

by Editorial Team

Lismore Fort Arts levels exhibitions at historic venues in and across the scenic village of Lismore and its eponymous Eleventh-century fortress, in Waterford, Eire. At present on present are site-specific installations by Aleana Egan, Caroline Agruirre, and Niamh O’Malley, along with an annual group exhibition, ‘Every now, is the time, the house’, that includes artists Veronica Ryan, Leonor Antunes, Rhea Dillon and Alexandre da Cunha.

The latter present is curated by Habda Rashid, senior curator of Trendy & Up to date artwork at Kettle’s Yard and the Fitzwilliam Museum. She has introduced collectively the 4 artists, all of whom work with sculpture and located phenomena, with an ethos impressed by the work of legendary experimental musician and artist John Cage, from whom Rashid additionally took the exhibition’s title.

‘Every now, is the time, the house’ at Lismore Fort Arts

Set up view, ‘Every now, is the time, the house’, 2024

(Picture credit score: Courtesy: Lismore Fort Arts. Pictures: Jed Niezgoda)

‘Music is essential to me; it’s the primary artistic artwork type that I encountered by relations singing Pakistani songs for various events. I suppose that was very spontaneous and Pakistani qawwali [sung poetry] at all times performed in the home,’ Rashid explains. ‘I shifted to Western music, like most individuals rising up within the UK, however my early life [were influenced by] Pakistani music.’

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