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.
01 Nov 2008 31 Mar 2009
Filip Van Dingenen (Belgium)
Filip Van Dingenen's creative modes can consist of dream-like states, imaginary personages, situations and travels where the artist acts as a Baudelairian flâneur - he has set out to venture into new worlds by producing alternative mindsets.
01 Nov 2008 31 Mar 2009
Falke Pisano (The Netherlands)
Falke Pisano primarily works from an interest in the act of thinking and the possibilities of constructing and solving problems in the field of language.
01 Oct 2008 31 Mar 2009
Fergus Byrne (Ireland)
Fergus Byrne works across varied media with the physical actions and perceptions of the body as a consistent reference.
01 Aug 2008 30 Nov 2008
Ulrich Vogl (Germany)
Drawing is Ulrich Vogl’s medium, he enjoys the experimental and open character of drawing. Vogl experiments with different concepts of time, the altering nature of objects, the use of everyday materials and the physical interaction with people and with space.
01 Aug 2008 31 Jan 2009
Charlotte Moth (UK)
Since 1999 Charlotte Moth has developed a photographic Travelogue that uncovers an itinerancy concerned with a phenomenological reading of architectural spaces.