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List of previous participants sorted in descending order by date, most recent appears first

01 Jun 2007
30 Sep 2007
Giles Round (UK)
In Giles Round work geometric shapes, minimal structures and monochrome planes are combined with objects such as plants, lights or three-dimensional texts.

01 Jun 2007
30 Sep 2007
Clive Murphy (Ireland)
Clive Murphy’s practice constantly considers ideas relating to the position of the individual in terms of an increasingly ‘mass’ oriented environment, exploring themes of alienation and desire within this context.

02 Apr 2007
30 Sep 2007
Martin Healy (Ireland)
Martin Healy’s work explores the aesthetics and mediation of popular cultural mythologies and phenomena.

02 Apr 2007
30 Sep 2007
Ciaran Murphy (Ireland)
In his most recent bodies of work Ciaran Murphy’s work has taken the form of small-scale paintings on stretched paper and canvas using both acrylic and oil paints. The habitual collecting of imagery forms an important part of Murphy’s practice.

28 Feb 2007
31 May 2007
Paddy Jolley (Ireland)
For Paddy Jolley a project starts with the residue of sensations left by a situation or event. This impression suggests materials and then evolves through experiments that provoke further images and ideas.

19 Feb 2007
30 Jun 2007
Naomi Seki (Japan)
Naomi Seki’s work does not evolve around realistic sculptures but rather abstract ones, which contain her sculptural essence and individuality.

02 Jan 2007
31 May 2007
Jorge Satorre (Mexico/Spain)
Over the last three years Jorge Satorre’s projects have centred around the carrying out of exercises based on processes and experiences.

02 Jan 2007
21 Feb 2007
Tea Mäkipää (Finland)
Within the framework of her installations, films and photographs, Tea Mäkipää has critically examined the sustainability of the Western way of life: consumerism, environmental issues, the gulf between rich and poor, the downsides of globalisation.

01 Nov 2006
31 May 2007
Fernanda Chieco (Brazil)
Fernanda Chieco’s work sits somewhere between a medical textbook, a folio of classical drawings and the physical laboratory of a lunatic inventor.

31 Oct 2006
31 Mar 2007
Mark Garry (Ireland)
Mark Garry has a site-specific installation practice concerned with devising methods that engage with and navigate viewers through physical spaces.


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