Orla Barry (Ireland)
Orla Barry’s work cannot be classified under any single medium or approach. She sees art as a way of re-shaping and distorting reality
10 Oct 2005 31 Mar 2006
Clodagh Emoe (Ireland)
Similar to the obsessive activities of the cartographer Clodagh Emoe's art practice examines the intricacies and instances that occur in the universe that often go unnoticed.
10 Oct 2005 18 Jan 2006
Lorena Carbajal (Argentina)
Based in the UK Lorena Carbajal is interested in investigating the notion of displacement, to examine the effects of bringing two cultures sometimes uncomfortably close together.
01 Aug 2005 31 Jan 2006
Anna Barham (UK)
Wrapping and unravelling, Anna Barham is drawn to using local/vernacular materials, not specialist or ‘separate’ materials but things that are common to our everyday experience
01 Aug 2005 18 Nov 2005
Jan Christensen (Norway)
Jan Christensen’s work consists mostly of big installations for exhibitions and site-specific projects.
01 Jul 2005 03 Nov 2005
Anthony Key (UK)
Anthony Key is a British-Chinese artist whose practice explores cultural identity. His work aims to be both ironic and accessible, and locates itself in the “everyday”.
01 Jul 2005 30 Jul 2005
Room 13 (Scotland)
Room 13 is an organisation of art studios in schools throughout the UK. It began in 1994 at Caol Primary School when students decided to start their own business to raise the money to pay their artist in residence.
06 Jun 2005 31 Oct 2005
Nevan Lahart (Ireland)
Nevan works in a wide variety of media.
The subject matter of his work could be very loosely described as encompassing television, the media, social and political perceptions and the history of art and life as he finds it.
06 Jun 2005 30 Sep 2005
Yasser Aggour (USA)
Yasser Aggours art has emerged from a peculiar chrysalis: economic, social and intellectual history, dandyism, the legacies of performance and conceptual art, and over-exposure to erectile dysfunction commercials.