McCullough Mulvin Orange is a site-specific art project taking place across five venues in central Dublin from September 22nd to October 14th, 2017. The exhibition will feature a series of new works by artist Mark Orange specially made for the project, each produced in collaboration with architect Niall McCullough of the Dublin architectural practice McCullough Mulvin Architects.

The works, in audio and video, will be presented at some of the key Dublin buildings designed by McCullough Mulvin over the past 20 years, each of the venues hosting one work, installed in the context of the building and its everyday usage. The sites for the works include Temple Bar Gallery + Studios, The Long Room Hub and Ussher Library, Trinity College, and the Irish Architecture Foundation, Bachelors Walk. The project will be accompanied by the publication of a free map, with an essay by Jill Stoner, available at each of the venues and throughout Dublin.

McCullough Mulvin Orange is supported by awards from the Arts Council of Ireland and Dublin City Council, and is being produced in collaboration with partner organisations Temple Bar Gallery + Studios, Trinity Long Room Hub Arts and Humanities Research Institute, and the Irish Architecture Foundation.


Arts Council of Ireland   Dublin City Council