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from Arts on Sunday on Sunday 15 April 2012
John Coley emerged from a stimulating bohemian era, recalling 22 Armagh Street in the 1950s as a place where he and his young creative cohorts gathered together to write manifestos and challenge the boundaries of what lay before them. He discusses the significance of this period on his work, his experience with visual impairment, and why it's important to connect with an audience, ahead of his exhibition 'Nightlights'.
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