Emma Haugh: The Re-appropriation of Sensuality

Emma Haugh: The Re-appropriation of Sensuality

27th Nov - 30th Nov

12-6pm Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

Preview:
Thursday 27th from 6:00 – 8:00 pm
Performance at 7:00 pm

Event:
Saturday 29th November 2:00 pm
Emma in conversation with RGKSKSRG.

EMMA HAUGH
‘The Re-appropriation of Sensuality’
Act 1: a score for six photographs

Thursday 27th November – Sunday 30th November 2014
Opening hours:
12-6pm Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

Preview:
Thursday 27th from 6:00 – 8:00 pm
Performance at 7:00 pm

Event:
Saturday 29th November 2:00 pm
Emma in conversation with RGKSKSRG.

It starts with an invitation, a gentle, playful gesture asking to explore and connect, to inquire, to build body sculptures and wrestle with some thoughts and forces. It’s about pleasure and desire, pushing the boundaries of what we perceive as comfortable. Yet, it is not uncomfortable. It’s visual, it’s beyond constraints and moral hiccups.

This is the Dublin chapter of an on-going work ‘The Re-appropriation of sensuality’ developed by Emma Haugh in 2013 as part of her residency at the Joinery. It comprises of photographs, texts and collaboratively selected scripts, architectural body sculptures and inquisitive arrangements by Holly O’Brien and Aileen Murphy and a score produced by Faye Green.

Collaborators:
Marysia Wieckiewicz-Carroll, Holly O’Brien, Aileen Murphy, Faye Green and RGKSKSRG (Rachael Gilbourne & Kate Strain)

Emma Haugh lives and works in Dublin and Berlin. In her work she applies a combination of visual arts and theatre practices, employing a questioning approach towards photographic documentation and representation. Performativity is explored as a technique of critical embodiment and activation based on engagement in specific social situations and communities where work becomes co-authored. Emma has been working with theatre and photography for fifteen years.

EMMA HAUGH ‘The Re-appropriation of Sensuality’ Act 1: a score for six photographs Thursday 27th November - Sunday 30th November 2014 Opening hours: 12-6pm Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Preview: Thursday 27th from 6:00 – 8:00 pm Performance at 7:00 pm Event: Saturday 29th November 2:00 pm Emma in conversation with RGKSKSRG. It starts with an invitation, a gentle, playful gesture asking to explore and connect, to inquire, to build body sculptures and wrestle with some thoughts and forces. It’s about pleasure and desire, pushing the boundaries of what we perceive as comfortable. Yet, it is not uncomfortable. It’s visual, it’s beyond constraints and moral hiccups. This is the Dublin chapter of an on-going work ‘The Re-appropriation of sensuality’ developed by Emma Haugh in 2013 as part of her residency at the Joinery. It comprises of photographs, texts and collaboratively selected scripts, architectural body sculptures and inquisitive arrangements by Holly O’Brien and Aileen Murphy and a score produced by Faye Green. Collaborators: Marysia Wieckiewicz-Carroll, Holly O’Brien, Aileen Murphy, Faye Green and RGKSKSRG (Rachael Gilbourne & Kate Strain) Emma Haugh lives and works in Dublin and Berlin. In her work she applies a combination of visual arts and theatre practices, employing a questioning approach towards photographic documentation and representation. Performativity is explored as a technique of critical embodiment and activation based on engagement in specific social situations and communities where work becomes co-authored. Emma has been working with theatre and photography for fifteen years. EMMA HAUGH ‘The Re-appropriation of Sensuality’ Act 1: a score for six photographs Thursday 27th November - Sunday 30th November 2014 Opening hours: 12-6pm Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Preview: Thursday 27th from 6:00 – 8:00 pm Performance at 7:00 pm Event: Saturday 29th November 2:00 pm Emma in conversation with RGKSKSRG. It starts with an invitation, a gentle, playful gesture asking to explore and connect, to inquire, to build body sculptures and wrestle with some thoughts and forces. It’s about pleasure and desire, pushing the boundaries of what we perceive as comfortable. Yet, it is not uncomfortable. It’s visual, it’s beyond constraints and moral hiccups. This is the Dublin chapter of an on-going work ‘The Re-appropriation of sensuality’ developed by Emma Haugh in 2013 as part of her residency at the Joinery. It comprises of photographs, texts and collaboratively selected scripts, architectural body sculptures and inquisitive arrangements by Holly O’Brien and Aileen Murphy and a score produced by Faye Green. Collaborators: Marysia Wieckiewicz-Carroll, Holly O’Brien, Aileen Murphy, Faye Green and RGKSKSRG (Rachael Gilbourne & Kate Strain) Emma Haugh lives and works in Dublin and Berlin. In her work she applies a combination of visual arts and theatre practices, employing a questioning approach towards photographic documentation and representation. Performativity is explored as a technique of critical embodiment and activation based on engagement in specific social situations and communities where work becomes co-authored. Emma has been working with theatre and photography for fifteen years.
EMMA HAUGH ‘The Re-appropriation of Sensuality’ Act 1: a score for six photographs Thursday 27th November - Sunday 30th November 2014 Opening hours: 12-6pm Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Preview: Thursday 27th from 6:00 – 8:00 pm Performance at 7:00 pm Event: Saturday 29th November 2:00 pm Emma in conversation with RGKSKSRG. It starts with an invitation, a gentle, playful gesture asking to explore and connect, to inquire, to build body sculptures and wrestle with some thoughts and forces. It’s about pleasure and desire, pushing the boundaries of what we perceive as comfortable. Yet, it is not uncomfortable. It’s visual, it’s beyond constraints and moral hiccups. This is the Dublin chapter of an on-going work ‘The Re-appropriation of sensuality’ developed by Emma Haugh in 2013 as part of her residency at the Joinery. It comprises of photographs, texts and collaboratively selected scripts, architectural body sculptures and inquisitive arrangements by Holly O’Brien and Aileen Murphy and a score produced by Faye Green. Collaborators: Marysia Wieckiewicz-Carroll, Holly O’Brien, Aileen Murphy, Faye Green and RGKSKSRG (Rachael Gilbourne & Kate Strain) Emma Haugh lives and works in Dublin and Berlin. In her work she applies a combination of visual arts and theatre practices, employing a questioning approach towards photographic documentation and representation. Performativity is explored as a technique of critical embodiment and activation based on engagement in specific social situations and communities where work becomes co-authored. Emma has been working with theatre and photography for fifteen years. EMMA HAUGH ‘The Re-appropriation of Sensuality’ Act 1: a score for six photographs Thursday 27th November - Sunday 30th November 2014 Opening hours: 12-6pm Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Preview: Thursday 27th from 6:00 – 8:00 pm Performance at 7:00 pm Event: Saturday 29th November 2:00 pm Emma in conversation with RGKSKSRG. It starts with an invitation, a gentle, playful gesture asking to explore and connect, to inquire, to build body sculptures and wrestle with some thoughts and forces. It’s about pleasure and desire, pushing the boundaries of what we perceive as comfortable. Yet, it is not uncomfortable. It’s visual, it’s beyond constraints and moral hiccups. This is the Dublin chapter of an on-going work ‘The Re-appropriation of sensuality’ developed by Emma Haugh in 2013 as part of her residency at the Joinery. It comprises of photographs, texts and collaboratively selected scripts, architectural body sculptures and inquisitive arrangements by Holly O’Brien and Aileen Murphy and a score produced by Faye Green. Collaborators: Marysia Wieckiewicz-Carroll, Holly O’Brien, Aileen Murphy, Faye Green and RGKSKSRG (Rachael Gilbourne & Kate Strain) Emma Haugh lives and works in Dublin and Berlin. In her work she applies a combination of visual arts and theatre practices, employing a questioning approach towards photographic documentation and representation. Performativity is explored as a technique of critical embodiment and activation based on engagement in specific social situations and communities where work becomes co-authored. Emma has been working with theatre and photography for fifteen years. EMMA HAUGH ‘The Re-appropriation of Sensuality’ Act 1: a score for six photographs Thursday 27th November - Sunday 30th November 2014 Opening hours: 12-6pm Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Preview: Thursday 27th from 6:00 – 8:00 pm Performance at 7:00 pm Event: Saturday 29th November 2:00 pm Emma in conversation with RGKSKSRG. It starts with an invitation, a gentle, playful gesture asking to explore and connect, to inquire, to build body sculptures and wrestle with some thoughts and forces. It’s about pleasure and desire, pushing the boundaries of what we perceive as comfortable. Yet, it is not uncomfortable. It’s visual, it’s beyond constraints and moral hiccups. This is the Dublin chapter of an on-going work ‘The Re-appropriation of sensuality’ developed by Emma Haugh in 2013 as part of her residency at the Joinery. It comprises of photographs, texts and collaboratively selected scripts, architectural body sculptures and inquisitive arrangements by Holly O’Brien and Aileen Murphy and a score produced by Faye Green. Collaborators: Marysia Wieckiewicz-Carroll, Holly O’Brien, Aileen Murphy, Faye Green and RGKSKSRG (Rachael Gilbourne & Kate Strain) Emma Haugh lives and works in Dublin and Berlin. In her work she applies a combination of visual arts and theatre practices, employing a questioning approach towards photographic documentation and representation. Performativity is explored as a technique of critical embodiment and activation based on engagement in specific social situations and communities where work becomes co-authored. Emma has been working with theatre and photography for fifteen years.