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01 Nov 2017
31 Oct 2018
IMMA 1000 | Walker and Walker
Walker and Walkers work is research driven and diverse in its range of materials, methods and references.

18 Dec 2017
30 Jun 2018
IMMA 1000 | Jenny Brady
Using experimental narratives, Jenny Brady’s film works explore ideas around translation, communication and the limitations of language.

15 Dec 2017
30 Jun 2018
IMMA 1000 Photography | Dragana Jurisic
Dragana Jurisic is an ex-Yugoslav artist based in Dublin, Ireland since 1999. She works predominantly through the medium of photography, film and installation.

01 Jan 2018
31 Mar 2018
The Freud Project Residency | Richard John Jones
Richard John Jones’ work is concerned with works or histories that have been erased, forgotten or marginalised.

01 Oct 2017
28 Feb 2018
The Freud Project Residency | Bridget O’Gorman & Sue Rainsford
Bridget O’Gorman and Sue Rainsford will explore themes of flesh, texture and speech with an emphasis...

01 Sep 2017
31 Dec 2017
The Freud Project Residency | Laura Fitzgerald
Through a humorous lens Laura Fitzgerald points to problematic and absurd aspects within complex political and personal situations.

04 Jul 2016
30 Jun 2017
The Venice Biennale Production Residency
The Venice Biennale Production Residency Working with curator Tessa Giblin as commissioner, artist Jesse Jones has taken up a studio residency at IMMA.

08 May 2017
08 Jun 2017
Bharti Parmar | UK
Bharti Parmar's work is underpinned by interdisciplinary research-based enquiry and informed by the poetics of historical objects.

06 Dec 2016
30 May 2017
Margaret O'Brien | IE
Margaret O’Brien’s work explores the nature of the in-between, and our individual negotiations of time and space within the everyday.

19 Sep 2016
30 Apr 2017
Maggie Madden | IE
Maggie Madden assembles a diverse array of collected materials to craft into fragile sculptural formations with geometric affinities. The work is suggestive of architectural structures, but also reflects on our spatial encounters in both the urban landscape and the natural world.

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