Mikala Dwyer | AU
Sydney-based artist Mikala Dwyer creates playful, fantastical installations exploring matter and alchemical metamorphosis which immerse the viewer in mini-worlds investigating space, emotion and imagination.
01 Jan 2015 30 Apr 2015
Núria Güell | ES
Flirting with the established powers, the art world privileges and the complicity with different allies, are the resources on which Güell bases her artistic operations that, dissolved in her own life limits, are ...
01 Nov 2014 28 Feb 2015
Priscila Fernandes | PT
Studying the transmission of knowledge, didactics and the ideologies dictating varying forms of education and disseminating these ideologies associated with play, creativity and productivity in ...
01 Oct 2014 28 Feb 2015
Edward Clydesdale Thomson | UK/DK
Focusing on the cultural ideology behind the manipulation of nature and the reproduction images of nature, Thomsons' conceptual approach attempts to provoke a re-examining of seemingly banal ...
01 Sep 2014 30 Apr 2015
Lee Welch | IE/US
I sort of understood that when I first started: that you shouldn’t repeat a success. Very often you’re going to, and maybe the first time you do, it works. And you love it.
01 Jul 2014 31 Jan 2015
Naomi Sex | IE
Naomi Sex looks at the ideological space between professional and amateur art practice, the activity of the artistic ‘opportunity seeking’ and how artists present themselves and their practices within various ...
01 May 2014 28 Feb 2015
Sonia Shiel | IE
Sonia Shiel’s far-fetched works are vested in make-believe and indiscretion. They are composed of paintings and sculptures, videos and animated sculptures that share ...
01 May 2014 15 Jun 2014
Nuit Banai | US
IMMA's residency in collaboration with MA Art in the Contemporary World (National College of Art and Design, Dublin) is delighted to welcome Nuit Banai as their inaugural Visiting Research Resident.
01 Mar 2014 31 May 2014
Amanda Coogan | IE
The basis of Amanda Coogan's practice is the live event, followed directly by photography and video, either taken from the live performance or produced in and around an action.
01 Mar 2014 31 May 2014
Albert Weis | DE
Albert Weis’s practice involves the production of large-scale sculptural works, often using metal, plastic or neon, to engage with the architecture and urban space of post-war modernism.