My work is included in a new book, Female Photographers Now, a compendium of artists featured on Firecracker, which is awesome. The book will be launched at TJ Boulting gallery in London on the 30th of August. Many thanks to Fiona Rogers and Max Houghton for putting the publication together.
A selection of images from the book are featured on the Firecracker website throughout August.
It is published by Thames & Hudson and available here on their website.
I’m pleased to be taking part in a forthcoming exhibition in the Gallery of Photography in Dublin, Engage. The exhibition will include images from Rural Fluorescent, alongside work from Aisling McCoy, Alberto Maserin, Andrew Rankin, Denis O’Shea, Jan McCullough and Ruby Wallis.
ENGAGE is a new collaboration between Belfast Exposed Futures programme and Gallery of Photography. It highlights both organisations’ sustained support for photographic artists living and working across the island of Ireland. The work by the seven selected artists reflects the vitality of the Irish contemporary photography scene. Each distinctive body of work is the result of a long term, sustained process of engagement by the artist with their chosen themes.
To launch the exhibition, I’ll be participating in a panel discussion at 5pm on Thursday 22nd of June, followed by the opening reception at 6pm. The exhibition will run until the 13th of August in the Gallery of Photography, Meeting House Square, Temple Bar, Dublin.
Further information on the Gallery of Photography website.
Thanks to Zoe Hamill and John MacDougall for including my work in the third issue of the collaborative series of zines and exhibitions, Milk Shots. Some images of the zine below.
Milk Shots is a collaborative zine showcasing photographers from Belfast Photo Factory and The Forgotten Collective alongside partner photographers from outside the collectives’ networks.
It aims to create ties between collectives as well as the selected photographers and their chosen contemporaries, creating a chain of new artistic connections for the audience.
Some recent publications in which my work has been included.
In issue 12 of Else magazine, published by the Musée de L’Elysée Lausanne, Martin Parr presents my Cottages of Quigley’s Point project, alongside work from artist Mary Hamill.
The current issue (issue 121) of Poetry Ireland Review includes selected images from the Young III: A New Generation exhibition that took place in Dublin earlier this year, including Piggery from Rural Fluorescent.
A photo book, Post-Picturesque: Photographing Ireland, published by Carleton College, Minnesota U.S., to accompany the recent exhibition in their Braucher Gallery, includes work from Rural Fluorescent.
In Place have also produced a photo book which includes my Four Flashes installation, which was created last year as part of their exhibition exploring the use of disused urban buildings. It’s available to buy on the In Place website.
“Shot”, a group exhibition of contemporary Irish photography including images from Rural Fluorescent, will open today (4th of May) at SO Fine Art Editions gallery, 10 South Anne Street, Dublin. The exhibition will run until the 25th of May.
Further details on the gallery website.
From Friday the 3rd of March I will be exhibiting work as part of Post-Picturesque: Photographing Ireland at the Perlman Teaching Museum at Carleton College in Minnesota. The exhibition is curated by Laurel Bradley and Gary Coyle, Martin Cregg, David Farrell, Paul Gaffney, Anthony Haughey, Miriam O’Connor, Anna Rackard and Ruby Wallis will be showing work also. Image by Anthony Haughey.
Images from Rural Fluorescent will be included in an exhibition of Irish artists opening tomorrow in Dublin entitled Young III - A New Generation. The exhibition will run from 16th February to 25th March, in SO Fine Art Editions gallery, 10 South Anne Street, Dublin 2.
Many thanks to SO for including my work. More details of the exhibition can be found on their website.
I will be speaking today in Belfast Exposed gallery as part of their artist talks to coincide with the group exhibition, Interactions. The talks take place today, 2nd of February, from 2pm to 4pm, in Belfast Exposed, and will include artists Peter Evers, Jan McCullough, Ruby Wallis and myself speaking about our work, and curator of Seen Fifteen gallery, Vivienne Gamble discussing the partnership between her gallery and the Belfast Exposed Futures programme.
The event page on Facebook.