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  • Amanda Dunsmore

    Sculpture And Combined Media Staff

    (061) 293 385




    Amanda Dunsmore’s work originates from contemporary social contexts, presented through the media of video, sound, photography and installation. Amanda’s recent work include the performance series Head in a Hole Woman. The Shhh Shhh Shhh - Bags, Streets, Windows the multi-presentational public sound work which took place in Linz, Austria for KunstRaum Goethestrasse. The historical context projects reflect on diverse acts of preservation and include the Keeper project 1999-2011. She has exhibited in Ireland, England, Wales, Scotland, Slovenia, Austria, Australia, Poland, Germany Canada & the USA.

    Amanda Dunsmore Documentation Materials
    A selection of video works link to website: Performance, with train. 2011. Original running time - 7 minutes:http://blip.tv/amanda-dunsmore/others-have-their-head-train-5446088 ‘Others Have Their Heads’ Hedge. 2011: http://blip.tv/amanda-dunsmore/others-have-their-head-band-in-a-hedge-5490472 The Keeper Project presentation for Electric Picnic - Ireland September 2009. Reviewed by Brian Keenan for RTE: http://blip.tv/amanda-dunsmore/keeper-presentation-for-electric-picnic-2481610

  • Caoimhe Kilfeather

    Sculpture And Combined Media Staff



    Caoimhe Kilfeather studied at NCAD, Dublin (BA) and the Slade School of Fine Art, London (MA). 
Through a predominantly sculptural practice she looks at the legacies of form, materials, systems and methods of production and of how these things comprise our experience of normality and familiarity in the world. Recent exhibitions include After Dark (with Mark Swords), Mermaid Arts Centre, Items of kind, Leitrim Sculpture Centre (solo), Swimming in the field, Goethe Institute (solo) (all 2011), Holding Together, Douglas Hyde Gallery, Spilth, 126, Galway, Faydun Bites, Agency Gallery, London (2009) and Broadcast Here, Dublin (2008). Upcoming exhibitions include Contemporary Space - 10 years of postfordism and artist subject at the Leipzig Kunstverein, Germany, a commissioned work for the Lab, Dublin and Works from the Arts Council Collection, Hunt Museum, Limerick. She is the recipient of numerous Arts Council Awards: Bursary (2009, 2010), Travel and Training (2005, 2006, 2007), Projects Award (2006); an AHRC Research Scholarship (2007) and a UCL Scholarship (2005). Caoimhe was artist-in-residence at the Fire Station Artists Studios, Dublin (2008-2011) and is the recipient of the 2011 Fred Conlon Award.


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