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07 May 2005
30 Sep 2005
Mark McGreevy (Northern Ireland)
Mark McGreevy’s work falls into a hybrid form of painting containing real, imagined, abstracted energetic compositions combined with images from a collective conscious to the personal, woven together to present a theme of modernity

07 May 2005
31 Aug 2005
Matthew Northridge (USA)
Contained within Matthew’s work are hyper-organized structures and poetic inventions, pared down to an essential state. Composed of variable units in real space or networks on paper, rules are decided and a system developed from many tiny parts.

02 May 2005
30 Jun 2005
Sharon Paz (Israel)
For the past seven years Sharon Paz has lived in New York, a cultural melting pot for diverse nationalities, a place where people both find their own voice but still long to be a part of their original culture.

28 Apr 2005
30 Jun 2005
Behailu Bezabih (Ethiopia)
Behailu Bezabih enjoys experimentation in his work, spontaneity and eagerness are major themes in his practice. As a painter and teacher Behailu

01 Apr 2005
31 Jul 2005
Patricia Villanueva (Peru)
Through narration of her own story Patricia Villanueva creates investigation and visual representation centred on the events that burst into her day-to-day living.

01 Apr 2005
30 Jun 2005
Catherine Lee (USA)
In conjunction with her solo show that will be opening at IMMA in June 2005, Catherine Lee is also going to participate on the Artists’ Work Programme for three months prior to the installation of her exhibition.

01 Feb 2005
30 Apr 2005
John Dummett (UK)
Working under the name 'otiose' John Dummett has been making site-specific and gallery-based installations and interventions since 1997.

01 Jan 2005
31 Mar 2005
Elpida Hadzi-Vasileva (UK/Macedonia)
Much of Elpida Hadzi-Vasileva's work is realised through taking risks in developing new projects for specifis venues or places.

01 Jan 2005
30 Apr 2005
Susanna Bluhm (USA)
Susanna Bluhm's paintings are an exploration of sensory experience. Recognisable images and abstract mark-making interact as though they were characters in a play.

01 Jan 2005
30 Apr 2005
Mark Anstee (UK)
Using iconic images from heroic paintings, tomb-sculpture and photography, Mark Anstee works with an accumulation of individually drawn motifs to create monumental pictures.

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