Fifteen Fragile Absolutes, 2008
The Process Room,
West Wing, First Floor Galleries,
Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin
5-18 May, 2008
A small exhibition of working titles, works in progress, previous work and ideas for future work created during the non-residential AWP residency at IMMA Studio 12 November 2007 – May 2008 working on sculpture, installation, critical writing, and curatorial practice. This show provided the exhibition project structure for the solo show at IMMA in 2009 which also iterated at Chapter Cardiff and LCGA Limerick.
Other work completed during this time were the large outdoor papier-mâché sculptures shown in Blackrock Park For the Birds.
Artists’ Residency Programme (ARP)
The function of the Process Room is to reveal the processes in the creation, exhibition and consideration of contemporary art, which are often hidden from the public. The Process Room facilitates access to the ongoing practice of artists currently on residence at IMMA. This residency programme is located in the studios adjacent to the main Museum building where several studios are allocated to both national and international artists. The Process Room is used on a rotating basis and artists participat- ing on ARP receive a two-week period to display their developing projects from their studio practice.