Gedi Sibony at Douglas Hyde Gallery

Below are some pages from my interview with Gedi Sibony for the exhibition catalogue of his ’55 Years’, currently on show at the Douglas Hyde gallery in Dublin. The show runs until May 21, alongside a collection of beguiling Mongolian folk drawings in

Gedi Sibony at Douglas Hyde Gallery

Below are some pages from my interview with Gedi Sibony for the exhibition catalogue of his ’55 Years’, currently on show at the Douglas Hyde gallery in Dublin. The show runs until May 21, alongside a collection of beguiling Mongolian folk drawings in

Art in the Contemporary World Podcast no. 3

Below is a link to one of the recent podcasts produced by MA Art in the Contemporary World, in which I was a participate alongside Declan Long, Barbara Knezevic and Vaari Claffey. It involves a discussion of two recent exhibitions

Art in the Contemporary World Podcast no. 3

Below is a link to one of the recent podcasts produced by MA Art in the Contemporary World, in which I was a participate alongside Declan Long, Barbara Knezevic and Vaari Claffey. It involves a discussion of two recent exhibitions

Art & Philosophy Audio

Below is the audio from the DUST event that took place at NCAD back in December and featured a lecture by Robert Jackson, with responses from Teresa Gillespie and myself. Not the best audio ever, but that’s the nature of

Art & Philosophy Audio

Below is the audio from the DUST event that took place at NCAD back in December and featured a lecture by Robert Jackson, with responses from Teresa Gillespie and myself. Not the best audio ever, but that’s the nature of

Her

I watched Spike Jonze’s newest offering Her last night. It is a strange film indeed, one that is situated oddly between science fiction, and – what is for all intents and purposes – fairly traditional romantic comedy. The story centres around

Her

I watched Spike Jonze’s newest offering Her last night. It is a strange film indeed, one that is situated oddly between science fiction, and – what is for all intents and purposes – fairly traditional romantic comedy. The story centres around

Sam Keogh ‘Mop’

Below is a review that I was delighted to contribute to Enclave Review 9. With the understandable pause in activity from Paper Visual Art, ER is now one of the only platforms to read considered – and well-edited – art

Sam Keogh ‘Mop’

Below is a review that I was delighted to contribute to Enclave Review 9. With the understandable pause in activity from Paper Visual Art, ER is now one of the only platforms to read considered – and well-edited – art

Art in the Contemporary World podcast no. 1:

Below is the link to a recent podcast that I took part in, along with Declan Long, Francis Halsall and Vaari Claffey. In it, we discuss the current ‘Futures’ show at the RHA, as well as personal highlights from the

Art in the Contemporary World podcast no. 1:

Below is the link to a recent podcast that I took part in, along with Declan Long, Francis Halsall and Vaari Claffey. In it, we discuss the current ‘Futures’ show at the RHA, as well as personal highlights from the

Art and Philosophy: What Happens Next?

Good bloody question. Delighted to have been asked to take part in this, and to get to hear Peter Wolfendale and Rob Jackson talk on this at once exciting and thorny premise. For me at least, the ineluctability of the

Art and Philosophy: What Happens Next?

Good bloody question. Delighted to have been asked to take part in this, and to get to hear Peter Wolfendale and Rob Jackson talk on this at once exciting and thorny premise. For me at least, the ineluctability of the