An installation view of Laura Fitzgerald's 'Strange Weather'. Image by Jed Niezgoda.

Strange Weather: A Conversation with Laura Fitzgerald

Artist Laura Fitzgerald will join curator Niamh Brown on Saturday, 13 April 2024 at 3pm to discuss her practice, her exhibition Strange Weather, and the complicated relationships of land ownership in rural Ireland. Admission is free and all are welcome.

For the event, Caitriona Foley of Cow House Studios will bake a cake based on Laura’s work ‘Polly Pocket Politics’.

About Strange Weather:

Convening new and older work, Strange Weather immerses you in conversations that deal with land politics, mythology, and the happiness of neighbours. Laura Fitzgerald presents a body of new works including (but not limited to) wall-based painting, text, tape, and video. This expansive solo exhibition also includes older works that formed Rural Stress (2022), I have made a place (2021), and Fantasy Farming (2020).

Strange Weather continues until 20 April 2024. The show is kindly supported by the Arts Council of Ireland and Limerick City & County Council.



Image credit: an installation view of Laura Fitzgerald's Strange Weather. Image by Jed Niezgoda.
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