Shared September 19, 2018
In response to a story about a woman from eastern Europe who was accused of shoplifting, Dublin artist Immanuel Godson calls Keith Ward on FM 104 to discuss migrant crime and replacement migration in Europe. Skip to 8:40 in the video to hear Immanuel.
This painting by Immanuel Godson is now on display in the new Bell Gallery in Darndale Village Centre. It contains hidden stories and innuendo. For example Immanuel was told by his art teacher to throw his paints in the bin (see detail in left hand corner). The painting is called 'a roam around the hapenny town'. You can hear watch Immanuel explain it here:
More of his work can be seen in this new state of the art Bell Gallery in Darndale Village Centre.
His new piece, titled ‘The Gagosian Fart’, is a reproduction of Leonardo Da Vinci’s ‘Last Supper’ and is attracting rave reviews.
Immanuel Godson's channel can be found here:
Broadcast: 18 sep 2018 | FM 104 Phoneshow with Keith Ward
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