The artwork, beyond the physical objects of the screens, is the process by which quarto and the artist Amanda and all of us engage with those communities...the very act and artistic and political choice, to want to host it, without any sense of tension. Cian Smyth, Cultural Producer.

quarto collective and Cian Smyth, 2023.

The 3-screen artwork was hosted by: The Women of Clonduff and Rathfriland Regeneration, Rathfriland, 8 - 9th June; The Community Relations Forum, Glengormley, 5 - 6 September; IgnYte Young Leaders, aged 25 and under Derry - Londonderry, 13th - 14th October; Omagh Pride, LGBTQIA+ community group, Omagh, 18th - 19th November; ImageNation, Indian Community, Belfast, 25th - 26th November, 2023.

Installation 3 screens for GFA25 Ulster University, Belfast.2023.
Image Nation/Indian community, Redeemeer House, Belfast. Photographer Simon Mills.

It's been fascinating just watching people as they come into the space and there are a myriad of different reactions...there have been some very, very deeply emotional and impactful individual experiences. Gemma Reid, quarto collective, 2023.

Installation 3 screens for GFA25 Ulster University, Belfast.2023.
Martin McGuinness and Bertie Ahern silent filmed portraits Ulster Presents/GFA25, Ulster University, 2023. Photographer Simon Mills.

In April, 2023 AGREEMENT (2004-2023) was launched as a 3-screen (3 x 4 metre), LED modular monitor presentation, at Ulster University, Belfast. This 3-screen configuration was unique to the GFA25 year, and created a physical and conceptual central space for civic reflection.

Presented by Ulster Presents, Ulster University. Funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund. 2023.