Seán O Sullivan is a writer and curator whose work focuses on the politics and preservation of localities. He has curated projects and written critical texts dealing with community, ecology and the bonds between people and places. He has an MA and a BA in Visual Arts Practices from IADT, Dún Laoghaire. He is a former chair of Black Church Print Studio, Dublin. He is Visual Arts Adviser to the Arts Council of Ireland / An Comhairle Ealaíon.

This page: Details of a large scale print entitled ‘The Way Up and The Way Down are One and The Same’, which was situated outside the Black Church Print Studio in mid-2010.

The Way Up and The Way Down are One and The Same

  • Seán O’Sullivan
  • Black Church Print Studio
  • 1st –31st Jul 2010
    Image © Seán O’Sullivan, The Way Up and The Way Down are One and The Same, screen print, 198 × 62 cm, situated in the Black Church Cabinet, Temple Bar
    Image © Seán O’Sullivan, The Way Up and The Way Down are One and The Same, screen print, 198 × 62 cm, situated in the Black Church Cabinet, Temple Bar

    From the Press Release:

    The Black Church Print Studio, Dublin presents Seán O’Sullivan’s The Way Up and The Way Down are One and The Same in the Black Church Cabinet from 1 – 31 July 2010. O’Sullivan’s practice studies the implications of idealism in human social structures; this is informed by the gradual demise of the great frontier, and the possibility that an Astronaut might die.