Prison Walls

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Here are two details from the Ardoyne, Bone, Ligoniel mural featured yesterday, as well as a shot of bouquets of flowers in front of the plaque on the stone put in place in 2003. The first reproduces a photograph of Mairéad Farrell during the “no-wash” or “dirty” protest in Armagh Women’s Prison. (See the final (unattributed) image, below, and the middle of this 1989 Frontline documentary.) The second shows the walls and guard-towers of the H-Blocks (featured previously in You Know Where). The frames and photographs of 40 locals are printed, not painted.
Video of the launch:
[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UP5QNOtwmuU]
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2014-10-11 ArdyoneDetailKesh+
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text: X02277 X02278 X02279 dedicated to those friends and neighbours from ardoyne, the bone and ligoniel whose contribution and support to our struggle was and remains invaluable aithníonn muid a gcrógacht oglaigh na héireann meán fómhair 2003
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