Rachel Fallon is a multidisciplinary visual artist who deals with themes of protection and defence in domestic realms and addresses the topic of traditional gendered roles and women’s relationships to society.
Her work encompasses sculpture, textiles, drawing, photography and performance and is firmly rooted in the processes of making. As well as an individual practice, she regularly collaborates with artists and collectives; including The Artists’ Campaign to Repeal the Eighth Amendment, Desperate Artwives, U.K., The Mother City, and the Magdalene Series.
She is a founding member of …pff publications, creators of the feminist zine PIMP. The two disparate ways of working feed into one another and are therefore equally important parts of her practice.
Her work is held in public and private collections including the Arts Council of Ireland Collection, the National Museum of Ireland, and the Museum of Modern Art, Warsaw. She lives and works in Dublin, Ireland.
April – August 2023
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