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Art and contemporary Irish emigrants: Aesthetics and networks of affect in David Monahan’s ‘Leaving Dublin’

Introduction When the financial crisis hit Ireland in 2008, the effect on emigration was immediate. Between 2008 and 2009, the number of emigrants leaving the Republic of Ireland increased by 40% (CSO 2009). For Dublin-based photographer David Monahan, the departure of these migrants was palpable. He recalls driving the streets of Dublin and noting traffic flowing smoothly where traffic jams would normally clog the roads (Monahan 2016, pers. comm. 15 April). Thousands left and thousands more

Rachel L. Williams

Borderlands , ISSUE 1, 12–38

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