18 November 2014 5:00 pm at SAUL Studio
Speaker: Deirdre A Power
Power’s practice, premised on the need for radical social change, brings the cultural agenda to the heart of the body politic. She aims to promote dialogue between public agencies and citizens, to engage with the complexities of spatial planning and development, and to foreground the role of the citizen in the planning process. She has led various collaborative projects with civic groups including Urban Tree Project, Tree Council of Ireland, EVA International, and The Hunt Museum. She is represented by the Phatory Gallery, New York and has held residencies at the McDowell Colony, New Hampshire, USA and the Tyrone Guthrie Centre, Monaghan.