Gareth Moore (Canada)
Gareth Moore is known for his playful and conceptually rigorous works produced from his investigations of the world around him
01 Jun 2009 31 Aug 2009
Ian Burns (Australia)
The impacts of technological aesthetics on contemplation and the understanding of physicality are at the core of Ian Burns’ practice.
01 Jun 2009 30 Sep 2009
Jonas Liveröd (Sweden)
Jonas Liveröd’s practice focuses on drawing, sculpture, building site-specific installations, in which he utilises a notion of Scandinavian contemporary gothic and misguided energies.
01 May 2009 31 Oct 2009
Allan Hughes (Northern Ireland)
Allan Hughes is an artist based in Belfast and works out of Orchid Studios. His practice explores psychological relationships and responses to the recorded voice.
01 May 2009 31 Jul 2009
Ariane Pauls (Germany)
Often finding herself in locations as diverse as state of the art archives, to shipping yards, to examining the dimensions and cost of empty space above key development sites in cities, Ariane Pauls’ installations explore spatial parameters in relation to principles of ordering and storing, thereby focusing on the phenomenological reading of architectural spaces.
06 Apr 2009 30 Sep 2009
Linda Quinlan (Ireland)
In her work Quinlan rapidly travels back and forth considering the mundane to the marvelous: exploring, gathering and avidly pursuing lines of enquiry beyond the everyday world.
09 Feb 2009 30 Apr 2009
Laurence Kavanagh (UK)
Kavanagh’s work develops themes relating sculpture to film, playing on a constant shift between the human desire for both past and future, whilst fixing these moments to a specific location.
02 Feb 2009 30 Jun 2009
Aurélien Froment (France)
Froment's practice involves the use and making of films, exhibitions and books through a diverse array of collaborations with artists, institutions, friends and numerous image manipulators.
01 Jan 2009 30 Jun 2009
David Godbold (UK/Ireland)
Godbold works in a variety of media, but is best known for drawings and texts overlaid onto found materials, which involves a complex process of quotation and regrafting of disparately sourced imagery to produce witty, irreverent and iconoclastic commentaries on a range of topics.
15 Dec 2008 31 May 2009
Eithne Jordan (Ireland)
Since her emotionally charged expressionistic paintings of the early ’80s, Jordan’s work has turned towards a formal exploration and depiction of the seen world. She looks at the contemporary urban environment and is drawn to anonymous urban spaces.