Irish artist Patrick Jolley studied fine art at the National College of Art and Design. He took part in the Artist’s Residency Programme at IMMA in 1998, followed by a PS1 residency in New York, when Jolley began to work in film. From that time he worked both collaboratively and independently to produce significant film installations. Jolley’s work was included in many national and international exhibitions. He was selected for the São Paulo Biennial in 2012.
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