AboutThe incomplete and associated terms such as the fragment and the ruin have had a central place in discourse around the arts, architecture and contemporary experience, shifting away from ideals of wholeness and unity.
Always dynamic and in process, incompleteness occupies a field of tension. This can be address through its elastic relation to time. It operates both as radical potential and as a site of an abandoned or eradicated historical continuum.
The theme of the incomplete and its related lines of enquiry will be developed in an afternoon of short talks by Ian Hunt, David Ryan and Ciara Healy.
The discussion âConversing on the Incomplete' is part of ONE AND ONE AND ONE.
Gallery performance: 2.30pm Ruth Proctor: You're always wanting to be somewhere else
Ian Hunt is a writer and a critic. David Ryan is an artist, musician and writer. Ciara Healy is an artist and writer