I will be featured in the current series of Imeall, the bilingual arts programme on Irish language channel, TG4.
The episode will be shown on TG4 at 11:20pm on Monday 16th January and repeated on Tuesday 17th at 7:30pm. It will also be available on the TG4 player afterwards.
I ndiaidh sos gearr, tá an tsraith iomráiteach ealaíne IMEALL ar ais ar TG4. Ó 2008 i leith tá léargas dátheangach á thabhairt ag Imeall ar na healaíona agus ar chultúr na hÉireann ón imeall isteach, ag insint scéalta pearsanta ealaíontóirí agus mór-ealaíontóirí ó cheann ceann na tíre.
TG4’s award-winning flagship bilingual arts series, Imeall, is back. Shot on location, Imeall provides a wonderful insight into the work of our leading arts practitioners as we catch a glimpse of their creative magic.
A Cottage on the cover of “L’autrefois et l’ailleurs, poétique de la rupture dans l’oeuvre littéraire de Colum McCann” (Erstwhile and Elsewhere: The Poetics of Rupture in Colum McCann’s Literary Works) by Cécile Maudet.
The Financial Times asked me to document a day in my life for a series called The Millennials. The article can be viewed online (might be behind a paywall) and in the Life and Arts section of today’s paper. Here are some images from my day.
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.
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.
OAI13 displays photographs from Rural Fluorescent in it’s Portfolio section.
A collection of photobooks is being released as part of the New Irish Works series of exhibitions at The Library Project. The series of projects from 20 Irish artists are being exhibited over 2016/17, with publications accompanying each exhibition.
COQP will be exhibiting along with Jan McCullough’s Home Instruction Manual from the 6th of October, when both publications will also be launched.
You can see the whole series on the Photo Ireland website, and COQP is available here.
The ‘Cottages’ will be shown as part of Projections 2016 slideshow at the Circulation(s) festival at Le 104 in Paris from March 26 to June 26 2016. Many thanks to Belfast Photo Festival for the invitation.