With great events taking place in Plugd over the few days, in celebration of International Women’s Day, we will be present during the Saturday to chat about the books, women in books and publishing and shuffle some pages in the air.
FEAST OF THE EYE #3.
‘Eternal Light’ by Katie O’Neill is a book that emerged with an exhibition of her work by the same title in Draiocht Gallery Blanchardstown. Later shown in Tactic, Cork.
-…Eternal Light… Eternal Darkness…-
FEAST OF THE EYE #2.
In the aftermath of romantic emanations, a sweet little slap: ‘Merced Es Benz’ by Iphgenia Baal. [Bookworks]
-…an account of a dysfunctional love affair, narrated… against the backdrop of the barely-credible… remnants of a ‘virtual’ conversation. Acting as a body of circumstantial evidence, betraying a ‘real’ intimacy behind a messy social media scandal that spilled…-
FEAST OF THE EYE #1.
As we celebrate Imbolc and the start of anew, the changes that take place in us and beyond us, what best little publication to embody it than: ‘Shapeshifter’ by Marco Pietracupa. [Yard Press]
-…There are three themes that run like a common thread work, the forest understood as a human habitat and forest composed of faces and bodies, human constellations and animals laid bare without delay, skin that shows in its many facets. Alongside these engages the third issue of technical material portraits, cool counterpoint, almost disturbing. A circle…-
/ PLUG IN THE SPRING SOCKET_
-Onomatopee- brings visual refreshment to our stock.
Against the seasonal backdrop, we present three attractive publications from this exciting publisher. Now available in the bookshop at Plugd.
/ Ring out the Yule bells .
And out we drop big news… We have a new address!
We just unveiled some publications in Plugd -1 Castle Street in Cork, above the Roundy- alongside some fabulous records and a selection of amazing prints.
Reasons to go just wild, we believe.