The exhibit space mashes up audio and sculptural compositions. I feel layers and complexities, along with socio-cultural artefacts. In my teaching world of exposing students to a range of audio, from random noise through processed sound to multi-channel music, work like Mirza's low-fi assemblages give me another sonic environment worth hearing.
Every time I walk Victoria Quay toward Heuston Station, I glance at Mother's Tankstation, a gallery that used to be a derelict garage and before that, part of an island with a heritage dating to 1428, when the Friars Preachers of the convent of St. Saviour's had a residential school nearby. The friars kept An important library of philosophy and theology.
See more at Mother’s Tankstation. 41-43 Watling Street, Ushers Island, Dublin 8. Ireland.