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The Irish Red Cross have done a fantastic job in promoting the Inner Light project, from the launch concert in Vicar Street, to the exhibition at the Central Bank, a book launch and now an installation at Pearse Street train station in Dublin, a fitting venue for the project.

Ukrainian tango dancer
Ukrainian tango dancer

We produced the Inner Light project in collaboration with the Irish Red Cross, Ukrainian Action, and Roddy Doyle’s Fighting Words organization, the exhibition is a reminder of the human face of the conflict in Ukraine. The Pearse Station exhibition was launched on Ukraine’s National Day of Independence and is supported by Trinity College Dublin and Irish Rail. Ukraine's Ambassador to Ireland, Gerasko Larysa, opened the exhibition.

Fine-art image recreating Ukrainian check point

"I am blown away by this exhibition," said Neville Cox, Trinity's Registrar. "It gets right to the heart of pathos and the human experience of conflict. It is a reminder of why it is so important to assist those forced into migration. When we assist, we are helping not just a concept or a number, we are assisting human beings. On behalf of Trinity, I am proud to support this exhibition, its Ukrainian contributors and all involved."

“This is an important and timely project that we are proud to have worked with our partners to realise,” said Deirdre Garvey, Secretary General of the Irish Red Cross. “It documents the plight of these brave Ukrainian women who left family, homes, and livelihoods behind to make the difficult and life-changing journey to this country. This project is a beautiful and unique testament to their experiences.”

The stories and images will be on display to the public at Pearse Station until the end of October.



On location in Mombassa 

Inner Light exhibition at Pearse Station, Dublin
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