Brian Teeling’s work ranges from the context of the public space to the innately private, often focusing on the trappings of the queer and working-class identity. Teeling examines the purported rituals that can permeate through these communities, especially focusing on ideas around mental health, masculinity and queer visibility.
Brian Teeling (b. Dublin, 1987) is an artist living and working in Dublin. He has no fine art qualifications and is entirely self-taught.
Forthcoming and recent projects include The Working-Class Artist Summit at Metal, Peterborough (2019), ‘Uncover’, The Library Project, Dublin (2018), and Lavit Gallery, Cork (2018). In 2018 he was Associate Artist with ‘Masculinities Anonymous’ at The Science Gallery, Trinity College Dublin.
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