The Tower Publication Launch

Exhibition Events

  • 17 Sep
  • 3pm - 6pm
  • All Welcome

Join us for an in-depth conversation between artist Jesse Jones, art critic, and writer Tara Londi, and Actor Olwen Fouéré (TBC) about the making of ‘The Tower’, the importance of ongoing collaborations, the inspiration, and influences behind the work, and how ‘The Tower’ is part of a wider trilogy commencing with ‘Tremble Tremble’.

This event will also feature a reading of 'The Void' by Naomi Moonveld-Nkosi.

The discussion will be followed by a reception.

Copies of the publication can be purchased at the event.

Jesse Jones

Jesse Jones is a Dublin-based artist. Often working through collaborative structures, she explores how historical instances of communal culture may hold resonance in our current social and political experiences. Jones’ practice is multi-platform, working in film installation, performance, and sculpture. Her recent work proposes a re-imagining of the relationship between the Law and the body through speculative feminism.

Tara Londi
Tara Londi is an Italian / Irish curator, art critic, and writer based in London. Londi graduated from the Goldsmiths University of London and has over ten years of experience curating, collaborating, and advising on art in the UK, France, USA, Latin America, and Asia. Tara’s essays are published in English, Italian and French. She is currently working on an eco-feminist art book and her first novel.

Olwen Fouéré
Olwen Fouéré was born in Ireland of Breton French parents. Her extensive international work as a creative artist, actor, writer, and director includes film, the visual arts, literature, music, and theatre. Her most acclaimed film work includes "The Survivalist" by Stephen Fingleton, "Mandy" by Panos Cosmatos, "Beast" by Michael Pearce, and "This Must be the Place" by Paolo Sorrentino. Upcoming titles in 2022 include "Violet Gibson, the woman who shot Mussolini" directed by Barrie Dowdall, "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre" directed by David Blue Garcia, and "The Northman" by Robert Eggers. In 2020, she was listed at number 22 on The Irish Times list of Ireland's greatest film actors.