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David Beattie, Robert Blake, Cormac Browne, Jessica Conway, The Crepe Crypt, Simon Cummins, Daniel Fitzpatrick, Jane Fogarty, Teresa GIllespie, Gemma Gore, Paul Hallahan, Sarah Forrest & Virginia Hutchison, Dragana Jurisic, Katyayani's Vegetarian Food, Marion Kelly, Kevin Kirwan, Serena Lee, Jonathan Mayhew, Luke McCreadie, Rob Murphy, Oisin O'Brien, Liam O'Callaghan, Helena O'Connor, Michael O'Rourke, Seoidin O'Sullivan, Lucy Pawlak, Susana Pedrosa, Alan Phelan, Pm, Eoghan Ryan, RGKSKSRG, Tim Stott, Senjia Topcic, Matías Vértiz, Lee Welch, Marysia Wieckiewicz

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A circle is not absurd

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out-meaning)))_02

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and now

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and-now

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ABC-of-Reading

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When Is Writing Already Quotation?

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and

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its power to stop Wittgenstein thinking

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word (((with/out meaning)))

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moments

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moments

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With-time

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lump

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traps

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encircle

to demonstrate proximity manipulation

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diversion techniques and attention control

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franz

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stew

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monoprint

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LukeMcCreadie_words

– Luke McCreadie

Ajay Kurian’s Gift Exchange

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nomorepresence

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timeandlifebuilding

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berbercarpet

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concentriccircles

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inthepost

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infectious

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acouple

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itisverysweet

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aviewtocureme

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discreetframer

addressing an unknown addressee

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It’s not the kind of thing you normally write to a complete stranger.

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a one-man two-man show

two voices

one actor

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strategy

dare to fail

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Jan’s Hospitality

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Going Postcard After Michael

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HIS MASTER’S VOICE:

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On Voice and Language addresses the uncanny, irritating or comical moments produced by the human voice and language. This selection of performances, videos and web projects lets spectators experience the emotional, social and political potential of the voice. How is the voice connected to the body and identity of the individual? What happens when the spoken word detaches itself from the speaker, the text from its meaning, the sound from the image? What if the voice no longer belongs to the body from which it emanates? The artists in this exhibition listen to ventriloquists and voice-over artists as well as propagandists and preachers. They explore and re-enact historic and contemporary speech acts, probing the emotional and spiritual effect of the vocal power and word games, and playing with shifts of meaning and identity. While doing so, they also experiment with the various media used to record, reproduce or silence the voice.

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saturated

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poaching

waiting for midnight

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hankscough

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circularplay

() issues

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But I Digress: The Exploitation of Parentheses in English

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but metaphor, myth, can only be clarified inside the circle of metaphors; a mythology of mythology is – absent; the circle of metaphors is – not enclosed; it is closed by sound; sound is – immediate; and the mythology of mythologies lies in the meaning of sound; sounds are indisputable;

Bataille chose a world of glissement

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where he leads and misleads us, enticing us to fully commit to his words but letting us down the very moment we think we have him.

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…………………………….. pointing to something absent in a manner that denies that there is anything to be pointed to, that is, by simultaneously pointing and denying that one is pointing, by pointing in denial of pointing‘s significance.

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