I’ll be taking part in an online event, “Landscapes - Challenging Convention”, on the 7th November at 6pm, along with Eugenie Shinkle and Ruby Wallis, as part of the Belfast Photo Festival.
You can register to join the event on Zoom on this event page.
From interventions to new approaches, this discussion explores Irish landscape photography from a fresh female point of view.
Landscape photography continues to be an important feature of Irish photographic practice. This exploration remains prevalent in the work of the islands female practitioners who force us to rethink its often nostalgic and romantic associations. In the age of the female gaze, this discussion will bring to the fore some of the risks and challenges of landscape photography when a woman walks alone at night with a camera.
Eugenie Shinkle - Reader in Photography (Westminster School of Media Art & Design, London)
Jill Quigley - Irish photographic artist
Ruby Wallis - Irish photographic artist
My work will be on display throughout November as part of the Street View exhibition in Belfast Exposed. The exhibition will include images from my recent project, Art Without Mystery, as well as previous projects Rural Fluorescent and Cottages of Quigley’s Point.
Belfast Exposed is delighted to launch Street View on Thursday 5th November - a digital gallery space of curated exhibitions to increase the accessibility and visibility of photography on the streets of Belfast. Street View is an initiative, which provides a multimedia exhibition experience, in response to the restrictions put in place due to covid-19 that prevent people from visiting galleries and viewing exhibitions.
Street View is a large digital window display that will showcase artwork by internationally renowned and local emerging photographers. Street View will launch with the work of Jill Quigley, as part of Belfast Photo Festival, followed by the work of Noel Bowler, Matthew Finn and Daragh McDonagh, among many others.
Street View is a 55” high brightness professional screen that provides a platform to exhibit contemporary photography complimented with audio narratives to an external audience on the streets of Belfast’s Cathedral Quarter. Jill Quigley’s work will be supported by audio of actor Monique Kelly who will describe Jill’s artwork and practice. Belfast Exposed believe photography is for everyone, it is accessible, meaningful and has the ability to tell stories, allowing us to create dialogue and reflect upon our history, inform our present and inspire a positive future. Street View is another opportunity to extend our vision beyond the confines of the gallery.
PXIX Platform Arts Members Show 06-27 December:Details
The Duncairn Arts Centre in Belfast is exhibiting works from the collection of the Arts Council of Northern Ireland, including a series of pictures from my project Rural Fluorescent. They will be on show until September 26th.
I was extremely delighted to be announced as the first placed winner at the opening of the exhibition of work from the Jill Todd Photographic Award, which took place last Saturday at Street Level Photoworks in Glasgow.
My upcoming project, Impractical Painting, has been selected as a finalist in the Jill Todd Photographic Award 2018. The selected projects will be exhibited in Street Level Photoworks, Glasgow, from the 2nd of December, when the order of the three finalists will be announced.
Thanks to the judges for selecting my work!
You can find out more on the Jill Todd Photographic Award 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.