“It happened every time he went on the pop. At first it made him curious. Soon he became only afraid.”
Writer Peter MacNamara has written a short story inspired by the Dublin phrase ‘on the pop’.
It’s a tale of one young man’s trials and tribulations as he cums to terms with his erection being inexplicably linked to a white pigeon.
Studio Yum Yum artists – Niamh Hannaford, Gavin Leane, Gearóid O’Dea and Darren O’Driscoll – have created a series of vibrant visual and transgressive art works. Mediums range from painting, sculpture, and photography to literary fiction and performance art in reaction to the story.
An exhibition exploring confessions, vulnerability and Dublin wit and it is a part of this year Dublin Fringe Festival.
Transforming the city for two weeks every September, Dublin Fringe Festival is the festival for bold ideas, brave art and adventurous audiences. Celebrating 23 years in 2017 as Ireland’s leading multidisciplinary arts festival, this year’s Fringe is offering a complete city take over, in more postcodes than ever, featuring the freshest new theatre, music, live art, comedy, dance and spectacle from Irish and international artists. Join the festival with more than 400 events taking place in over 30 venues! The 2017 edition will take place from 9 – 24 September. For more information, visit fringefest.com
Exhibition ‘On the Pop’ open from 15th – 21st September
Launch evening – Thursday 14th September at 6pm
at Fumbally Exchange
5 Dame Lane, D2