Digital installation artist, Aoife Dunne, creates large-scale immersive environments, fusing sculpture, video, sound, performance, technology, and costume. What bridges all of her multimodal works together is her interest in digital and material culture, illustrating continual references to the surreal and hyper-real. With a language that is rooted in post-pop and post-internet, Dunne’s work submerges audiences into phantasmagorical, detail-driven virtual and physical worlds.
Dunne’s multi-hyphenate background working in dance, performance, fashion, and musical composition has greatly influenced her diverse approach to creating large-scale experiential work. As a designer of experiences, Dunne is best known for her inimitable aesthetic, distinctive practice, and site-specific, colourfully chaotic work.
Aoife Dunne studied Fine Art Media at The National College of Art and Design and received her BFA in 2016. Since graduating, Dunne has had numerous solo exhibitions internationally, including The Museum of Contemporary Art Denver, The Royal Academy of Arts London, and upcoming shows in Puerto Rico, New York, London, Dublin, Paris, and Tokyo.
August 2021 – January 2022
As IMMA celebrates its 30th Birthday A Radical Plot Residency Programming focuses on this polemic time to offer the Museum’s site, its history, and our collective relationship to an evolving future as a programming catalyst for resident artists living and working onsite.
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