Part of the print edition cover of the current issue of the Dublin Inquirer
In the newspaper they write:
“This is a protest poem, in pictures. Because that’s all we have. Words, images and a sense that not all is right in the capital.
“The spaces that once existed to do things, studios for art or rehearsal, spaces in which to perform, to sell, or to show, are disappearing. The names of venues read like they should be on the foot of a cenotaph. The fallen in a cultural war.”
View their protest poem and read their article in full here