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.
01 Dec 2013 30 Jun 2014
Jesse Jones | IE
Jesse Jones creates works that primarily take the form of film and video. She explores historical instances of communal culture that resonate with contemporary society and politics.
01 Nov 2013 30 Jun 2014
Isabel Nolan | IE
Isabel Nolan is resident at IMMA as part of her solo show which opens at the Museum on June 6th 2014. Please go to forthcoming exhibitions for further information.
01 Sep 2011 30 Nov 2011
Vittorio Santoro (Italy)
“In the ‘time-based text works’, I choose a particular sentence, choose a certain format of a sheet of paper and write the sentence for a period of six months or longer, everyday once.
01 Aug 2011 30 Nov 2011
Amy Stephens (UK)
Amy Stephens has an elemental sensibility to form that is explored through materials and social space. With an interest in taxonomy and the appropriation of objects, the artist uses an eclectic mix of materials to combine the collaborative relationship between the natural world and the man-made.