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Untitled (2007) by Paul Mosse - Installation in Room 9 of Newman House as part of an off-site project with the Green On Red Gallery. Contemporary artists intervened in order to recalibrate the static temporal flows of a 18th century heritage space. Photograph by Ros Kavanagh. More information: www.amexhibition.com
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Untitled (2007) by Paul Mosse - Installation in Room 9 of Newman House as part of an off-site project with the Green On Red Gallery. Contemporary artists intervened in order to recalibrate the static temporal flows of a 18th century heritage space. Photograph by Ros Kavanagh. More information: www.amexhibition.com
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Les Jumeaux (2008) by Alice Maher - An installation of two etched ostrich eggs in a period vitrine in the Bishops' Room of Newman House as part of an off-site project with the Green On Red Gallery. Contemporary artists intervened in order to recalibrate the static temporal flows of a 18th century heritage space. Photograph by Ros Kavanagh. More information: www.amexhibition.com
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Les Jumeaux (2008) by Alice Maher - An installation of two etched ostrich eggs in a period vitrine in the Bishops' Room of Newman House as part of an off-site project with the Green On Red Gallery. Contemporary artists intervened in order to recalibrate the static temporal flows of a 18th century heritage space. Photograph by Ros Kavanagh. More information: www.amexhibition.com
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Great Expectations / Displaced Strata (2008) by Dennis McNulty - Looped audio and mirror installation in the back garden and Iveagh Room of Newman House as part of an off-site project with the Green On Red Gallery. Contemporary artists intervened in order to recalibrate the static temporal flows of a 18th century heritage space. Photograph by Ros Kavanagh. More information: www.amexhibition.com
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Great Expectations / Displaced Strata (2008) by Dennis McNulty - Looped audio and mirror installation in the back garden and Iveagh Room of Newman House as part of an off-site project with the Green On Red Gallery. Contemporary artists intervened in order to recalibrate the static temporal flows of a 18th century heritage space. Photograph by Ros Kavanagh. More information: www.amexhibition.com
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Inversion (2008) by Nigel Rolfe - Video installation in the Apollo Room of Newman House as part of an off-site project with the Green On Red Gallery. Contemporary artists intervened in order to recalibrate the static temporal flows of a 18th century heritage space. Photograph by Ros Kavanagh. More information: www.amexhibition.com
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States of Wonder (2006/8) by Bea McMahon - Video installation and works on paper in Room 5 of Newman House as part of an off-site project with the Green On Red Gallery. Contemporary artists intervened in order to recalibrate the static temporal flows of a 18th century heritage space. Photograph by Ros Kavanagh. More information: www.amexhibition.com
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States of Wonder (2006/8) by Bea McMahon - Video installation and works on paper in Room 5 of Newman House as part of an off-site project with the Green On Red Gallery. Contemporary artists intervened in order to recalibrate the static temporal flows of a 18th century heritage space. Photograph by Ros Kavanagh. More information: www.amexhibition.com
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Stairwell (2008) by Niamh O'Malley - Light and sound Installation in the Stairwell of Newman House as part of an off-site project with the Green On Red Gallery. Contemporary artists intervened in order to recalibrate the static temporal flows of a 18th century heritage space. Photograph by Ros Kavanagh. More information: www.amexhibition.com
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Torch (2007) by Niamh O'Malley - Video installation projected onto a black canvas in the Anteroom of Newman House as part of an off-site project with the Green On Red Gallery. Contemporary artists intervened in order to recalibrate the static temporal flows of a 18th century heritage space. Photograph by Ros Kavanagh. More information: www.amexhibition.com

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