From DÉAD Art to Swinging Bones
The Goethe-Institut is delighted to present DÉAD, a new interdisciplinary art exhibition by 12 up-and-coming artists from Irish and German art colleges.
The exhibition celebrates the legacy of Bram Stoker’s iconic novel Dracula and Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau’s classic silent film Nosferatu. Through different media and technologies, from sculptural work to Virtual Reality pieces, it explores topics of life cycles, (im)mortality, and transience in exciting new ways.
The show will open on Culture Night at 6pm.
Alongside DÉAD, the Goethe-Institut is excited to host live music and a DJ to dance the night away (details tbc). Stay tuned! Come and see, come and listen, come and dance!
This event is part of the European Culture Trail – a EUNIC Ireland (European Union National Institutes for Culture) initiative in cooperation with the European Commission Representation in Ireland.
Immerse yourself in the diversity of European languages and cultures on the European Culture Trail, where delights from different European countries await you.
LIST OF PARTICIPATING INSTITUTIONS
European Commission (Europe House)
French Embassy @ National Gallery of Ireland
Istituto Italiano di Cultura
Embassy of Luxembourg in Dublin
Embassy of the Republic of Malta
Embassy of Portugal
Embassy of Romania to Ireland
Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia
Instituto Cervantes Dublin
For those visiting European Culture Trail events in person, you are invited to download our “European Culture Trail Treasure Hunt” passport here – https://rb.gy/k871x – and collect stamps or signatures at each stop. The passports with the most stamps at the end of the night will be entered into a raffle for the chance to win some wonderful prizes.