Love in the Wild

Some photos of Love in the Wild by Lisa Walsh in Axis-Ballymun last week, now touring in the Dublin area, it features Anto Seery in “a deeply engaging performance”. (,  Dublin dates here

Directed by Peter Sheridan, produced by Sheila Sheridan, with set by Kate Moylan, photos © Al Craig.

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By Conleth White

La Biennale di Venezia awaits….

After very productive and successful months, i.e  ‘The Mansion House 300years Anniversary”,  where I worked with Mark O’Brien and Dermot Bolger and several other projects such as “The Only jealousy of Emer” by WB Yeats 14 Henrietta St., I am taking some time off in August to recalibrate my sight. For that, Tuscany and La Biennale, are needed.

Looking forwards to see: “All the World’s Futures, through its constellation of Filters will delve into the “state of things” and question “the appearance of things”, shifting from the guttural enunciation of the voice to the visual and physical manifestations between artworks and the public”. (Okwui Enwezor, curator of the Biennale).

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Thinking Turner and Irish nature light scapes


December is quite a remarkable time in Ireland and Northern Ireland in terms of natural light. I have often wondered if my fascination and love for Turner, the painter, is related to the crescent of winter months.

As remarkable painters do, they leave traces and desires for us to be explored. Of course his study on light and its expression through painting deeply effect my sense of aisthesis – the coming together of all senses. I have not watched Leigh’s direction on Turner with great attention, I reserve myself some time over the festivities; found this interview quite interesting, though.

I took this photograph in Derry recently. I often reflect on time and the pulsing desire of expanding my carrier in an exploration of light photography and art. A rest from stage, it is the landscape I wish to gaze upon.


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By Conleth White