A Paper Visual Art Talk on the Work of Adam Curtis

Monday, May 22, 6.30pm

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The Douglas Hyde Gallery are pleased to host a Paper Visual Art talk on the recent work by British filmmaker Adam Curtis, particularly his 2016 essay-film Hypernormalisation

Alice Butler of the Irish Film Institute, Francis Halsall of the National College of Art and Design, Dublin and independent filmmaker Tadhg O'Sullivan (The Great Wall) have been invited to contribute to this discussion. The major focus of the talk will be the content and form of Curtis's argumentation in this film and how this form of argumentation has evolved from earlier works.

This is a free event but we request that people wishing to attend reserve a place here.

This event has been kindly supported by the Arts Council.