A&E Session Ten

7pm, 15 September 2014

The Library Project, 4 Temple Bar, D2


As part of the current exhibition The Way We Live Now And Then, the next A&E session will take place at the Library Project on Monday 15 September from 7pm. The evening will start with an introduction to the exhibition by curator Mary Conlon and continue with a screening of the documentary You Have Used Me As A Fish For Long Enough by Adam Curtis. The documentary investigates the way that history and memory have been manipulated and distorted as a means of control. The screening will be followed by an open discussion with the audience.


A&E is a critical seminar programme that seeks to open dialogues across a broad range of practices and professional positions. Free admission, no booking required.