Spring Watching Pavilion

Art Labor Collective, Dinh Q. Lê, The Propeller Group, Lin+Lam, Ngoc Nau, Linh Phuong Nguyen, Nguyen Thi Thanh Mai, Nguyễn Trinh Thi, Tran Minh Duc.
Curated by Orla Ryan

The Void Engage programme for this exhibition includes public and private artist-led workshops, a panel event during the WOW festival, guided tours and meaningful collaboration with local partners.

A major element to the Process Room throughout the course of Spring Watching Pavilion is the daily film screening programme. Film schedule below, please download attached press release for further information. 

  • Hanoi DoclabTuesday 6 – Saturday 10 October
  • Curators programme: Tuesday 13 – Saturday 17 Oct
  • San ArtTuesday 20 October – Saturday 24 October
  • Hanoi Doclab: Tuesday 27 - Saturday 31 October
  • Curators programme: Tuesday 3 - Saturday 7 November
  • San Art: Tuesday 10 – Sat 14 November 

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Other Void Engage events include: 

Pyrography Workshop
Saturday 7th November, 1-3pm. 

Artist Karen Cassidy has been working with fire for 15 years and will share some fun techniques for burning onto wood in this workshop. Participants will discover ways of writing or creating line drawings with a wood burning pen. If that isn't enough pyromania for you, we will also experiment with stenciling onto wood using a blow torch!

Age 8+ with accompanying adult. 

The Eye Of The Beholder
Friday 13th November 7.30pm

Forty years on from the Fall of Saigon and the end of the Vietnam War, do conscientious citizens and decision makers have the power to effect change? How do artists create a commentary and historical archive during times of conflict and war?

These are some of the questions that will form the back drop to the panel discussion “The Eye of the Beholder” chaired by curator/artist Orla Ryan who will be joined by Anna Lo and Siún Hanrahan

The opening event of the 2015 WOW festival, this panel discussion will reflect on contemporary art practise against a backdrop of humanitarian crisis, drawing parallels between the current refugee crisis and that of Vietnam in the 1970’s. 

Admission is free to both events but please pre-book with sally@derryvoid.com