Pioneering a hybrid of art forms that places audience at the centre of their practice, together ANU have created 31 seminal works: public art commissions, gallery installations and museum interpretations. Building a global reputation for creating transformative experiences in unusual locations, ANU continue to challenge artistic conventions by blurring the lines between immersive and site-specific practice.
Creating autonomous and meaningful exchanges ANU’s aesthetic represents the independent and the experimental, creating a new kind of multidisciplinary model – a daring new hybrid art at the forefront of Ireland’s cultural landscape. ANU’s studio enquiry, led by multi-disciplined artists, forensically builds to spatial immersion and to direct engagement with viewers. Their enrichment programme transforms community settings as cultural spaces of inquiry.
Established in 2009, ANU is led by Theatre Director and film-maker Louise Lowe, Visual Artist and designer Owen Boss, Creative Producer Lynnette Moran and Producer Matthew Smyth. Projects include the live-streamed The Party to End All Parties, Dublin Theatre Festival, 2020; multi award nominated and critically acclaimed Faultline, Co-production with the Gate Theatre and the Irish Queer Archive for Dublin Theatre Festival, 2019; Scrapefoot, The Ark, 2019; The Anvil, Manchester International Festival, 2019; Intersection, The Lab, 2019; and Beyond These Rooms, TATE Exchange, TATE Liverpool, 2019.
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