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Social Pics: Opening Of Christina Reihill’s “Wits End” At Smock Alley Dublin


By Niamh ODonoghue
15th Mar 2017
Social Pics: Opening Of Christina Reihill’s “Wits End” At Smock Alley Dublin

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Wit’s End?is a new work by award winning artist Christina Reihill re-visioning the life, death and work of celebrated American writer, Dorothy Parker. Following?her lonely death in 1967, a jar of her cremated remains were left abandoned in a filing cabinet for fifteen years.

In?Wit’s End, Parker rises from her ashes to meet herself squarely and address her demons to write the novel she longed and failed to complete, ‘Sonnets To Suicide’. Her?un-lived life is imagined through poems from the artist’s collection of poetry, SoulBurgers, a contemporary map based on Dante’s Divine Comedy.?Smock Alley?14th – 18th March.

 

?www.smockalley.com/
016770014. Free admission.