TLP Editions: F 20.5, Glorija Lizd

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The work F20.5 depicts the confrontation of the artist’s own childhood, during which her father suffered from residual schizophrenia.

Through the reconstruction of Lizde’s own past and reinterpretation of the father’s visual hallucinations, she is staging situations placing herself and her twin sisters in order to acknowledge and show the influence the illness had on the entire family.

Lizde uses photography as a therapeutic instrument, to relive and accept, from a distance, powerful experiences and memories, portray and transform them and, in this way, to get to know herself anew.

Paperback
18pp. | 148 x 210 mm
Publisher: Photo Ireland

PhotoIreland cultivates, supports, rewards, and showcases contemporary visual arts practices.

Over the last decade, PhotoIreland has become a key constituent of the Visual Arts in Ireland, offering from Dublin an annual festival dedicated to Photography, running a cultural hub in buzzing Temple Bar, and developing constructive channels with a strong network of organisations worldwide.

Through these networks, PhotoIreland creates cultural exchanges internationally, promoting relentlessly the works of Irish artists around the world, actively seeking to be present in key festivals, fairs, and becoming the main voice for Contemporary Photography from Ireland. Indeed, it is not per chance PhotoIreland is the only Irish organisation invited as founding member to Parallel Platform and Futures Photography – already a member of 3 EU co-funded projects. Alongside this work, The Library Project, a space that started as a photobook library, has now become a busy Art bookshop focused on visual culture and critical thinking, stocking publications brought to Ireland from all over the world, presented alongside exhibitions and events in its productive gallery space.