Occupy Paper is an art journal centered on contemporary art and writing practices. Based in Limerick city as a sister project to Occupy Space, it focuses on art production in the city while drawing links with similar projects both nationally and internationally.
If you wish to submit an article to Occupy Paper for consideration please contact the editorial team email@example.com.
Guidelines: short article submissions 600 words max.
Accepted in word, works or open source formats.
Aoife Flynn launching Issue 8 of Occupy Paper. Photo: Orlaith Treacy
Occupy Paper Issue 8 was launched on Saturday 30th March 2013 at Taking Place- a weekend of events organised by Occupy Space in Faber Studios Project Space, Limerick.
Issue 8 was for sale in an exclusive batch of hard copy journals which sold-out on the day.
Additional hard copy journals are now available to order from firstname.lastname@example.org
A free online version will made available on the Occupy Paper website from May 2013.
Occupy Paper Issue 7 was launched both online and in a hard copy journal on 19th May 2012 at the Belltable Arts Centre. Issue 7 available here features articles from Michele Horrigan, Helen Carey, Paul Tarpey, Megs Morley, Susan Holland and more.
in_flux art fair, six memos, videogram, luke fowler, millepide and more
Occupy Issue 6
Occupy Paper Issue 5Issue Five features interviews with Antony Murphy, as part of the 'Show Me' exhibition, Ramon Kassam and Laura McMorrow as part of the Three Solo Show exhibition, articles by Maria Tanner on Mark Cullen's show and Deirdre Kelly on Gareth Jenkins show. Nicky Teegan also writes on Creative Classes doomed to have no fixed abode and the focus section features Gerard Carson. Issue Four features interviews with artists Jim Ricks, Enda O'Donoghue, Sinead Rice, Kieran Herlihy, and a snapshot of Culture Night 2010 in Occupy Space
Issue Four Occupy Paper Issue Three of Occupy Paper features interviews with Patrick Keaveney, Adam Fearon, Brian O'Shea and Eoin Francis McCormack, Paul Rhatigan, Michele Horrigan, and Gavin Hogg and a review of Sonia Shiels show in Temple Bar Gallery and Studios.
Occupy Paper Issue Three
Issue Two of Occupy Paper includes a review of Mary Noonan and Damien O'Connell's show 'Island' in Occupy Space, a review of Dana Shcutz;s show in the Douglas Hyde Gallery in Dublin and Interviews with Gareth Jenkins, Laura McMorrow and Beth Fox.
Occupy Paper Issue Two
Issue One of Occupy Paper includes an article on Symbiosis a Wickham Street Studios group exhibition, highlights from this years graduate exhibitions and a focus on the work of Gerry Davis.
Occupy Paper Issue One