Foreword by Annie Fletcher
Essays by Sean Kissane, Benjamin Stafford, Poi Marr
Ringbound booklet in ziploc bag
220 x 150 mm
The catalogue to accompany the group exhibition, A Vague Anxiety at the Irish Museum of Modern Art.
In the exhibition, nine emerging Irish and international artists addressed some of the broader concerns of Generation Y; from political points of departure such as borders, housing, and the environment, to the personal such as mental health, hook-up culture, gender identity and precocity.
This coverless ringbound publication is designed to be read from any point within the book. Not without a cover, but with many. Any and every page becomes a cover, giving the impression that each contributor had a little book of their own.
IMMA is Ireland’s National Cultural Institution for Contemporary Art. Our diverse and ambitious programme comprises exhibitions, commissions and projects by leading Irish and international artists, as well as a rich engagement and learning programme which together provides audiences of all ages the opportunity to connect with contemporary art and unlock their creativity.
IMMA is home to the National Collection of Modern and Contemporary Art, started in 1990 and now numbering over 3,500 artworks by Irish and international artists. We make this national resource available through exhibitions at IMMA and other venues nationally and internationally, engagement and learning programmes and digital resources.