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20 years in the making, Amanda Dunsmore has been producing video portraits of community and political leaders behind the BElfast Good Friday Agreement, sitting in silence.

Featuring many familiar faces from Nobel Laureates John Hume and David Trimble to Monica McWilliams and Pearl Sagar, the World Premiere of a new digital portrait of Mo Mowlam created using machine learning and archive video from RTE, these leaders in the Belfast Good Friday Agreement remain silent in this installation, leaving visitors an opportunity to consider their own position on the last twenty-five years.

Made possible with funding from National Lottery Heritage Fund, QUARTO Collective are inviting six communities across Northern Ireland to host the artwork for a short period. In doing so, the communities will talk about the principles of agreement and what the Belfast Good Friday Agreement means to people today.

AGREEMENT is open to visits by the general public from Saturday 15th April - Thursday 20th April during University opening hours.

  • Monday - Saturday 9am - 6pm
  • Sunday 12pm - 6pm

The community installations will take place over the course of the Summer.

An associated exhibition of new work by Amanda Dunsmore, MEMENTO - AGREEMENT opens at Ulster University Art Gallery 12th April and runs to 22nd May.

University of Limerick
Limerick TUS

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Saturday 15 April to Thursday 20 April

Atrium, 3rd Floor, Belfast Campus

Funded by The National Lottery Heritage Fund, Ulster Presents AGREEMENT at Ulster University in association with TUS Limerick School of Art and Design at the University of Limerick. The project is delivered by Quarto Collective