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Posted 18 July 2019

Dislocate | Darren Nixon 22 July–3 August 2019

Offsite Project for Fast Slow Fast

Fast Slow Fast presents artists’ works connected by ideas of temporality, the ephemeral and the effects of action over time. The works by artists Joan Alexander, Catriona Leahy and Darren Nixon act as observations of the passage of time and the inevitability of change.

Darren Nixon is creating a new, offsite work called Dislocate as part of the exhibition Fast Slow Fast. Darren will use painting, sculpture, film, live movement and sound and will work in collaboration with dancers Janie Doherty and Lydia Swift.

Darren Nixon is interested in the way various forms move amongst and inform each other. He creates shifting environments, which respond to but refuse to settle in the spaces and times in which they find themselves. Darren will use a set of recordings from earlier work with Lydia Swift as a starting point for what will unfold across the space. Janie Doherty will work alongside him within the offsite space. With an outcome as yet undetermined, Darren’s time in the space will culminate with a public Q&A with the artist to close the show.

Darren’s project will be taking place from 22 July–3 August 2019, Level 3, Richmond Centre, Shipquay/Ferryquay Street, Derry~Londonderry, BT48 6PE.

Monday: 9am-6pm
Tuesday: 9am-6pm
Wednesday: 9am-9pm
Thursday: 9am-9pm
Friday: 9am-9pm
Saturday: 9am-6pm
Sunday: 1pm-6pm


Tour of Dislocate and Q&A with Darren Nixon
Saturday 3 August 2019, 3pm
Level 3, Richmond Centre, 
Shipquay/Ferryquay Street, Derry~Londonderry, BT48 6PE.

The space will be visible to visitors every day during normal Richmond Centre opening hours. The project will finish on Saturday 3 August when the artist invites you to join him for a tour of the project and a public Q&A. Darren will talk about the evolution of the project and his wider practice.

Admission free, all welcome.

This project and associated events are made possible through the generous support of the Arts Council of Northern Ireland and with the further support of Derry City and Strabane District Council. Sponsorship from Caldwell & Robinson, The Sandwich.co and the Richmond Centre for providing the venue for Dislocate.