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Artist's Voice

IMMA SPEAKING STUDIOS. Artist Suzanne O’Haire

SPEAKING STUDIOS talks directly with IMMA Residents about the role of the studio, the conditions of making, researching or engaging with art and a chance to find out a bit more about what makes them tick.

by / Sat Nov 30th, 2019
Artist's Voice

Re-Reading Mary Farl Powers

The original catalogue from Mary Farl Powers’ posthumous exhibition at IMMA in 1995 has been digitised and is now available to read below. The re-publication of this book, which contains rare writings on Pow...

by Mary Farl Powers / Tue Sep 17th, 2019
Artist's Voice

Poet Chiamaka Enyi-Amadi responds to IMMA Collection exhibition

‘digital // distraction’, ‘Stains II’ and ‘Fear’ are three new poems by Chiamaka Enyi-Amadi, commissioned by IMMA and written in response to the IMMA Collection exhibition ‘A Fiction Close to Reality.

by Chiamaka Enyi-Amadi / Wed Aug 28th, 2019
Curator's Voice

A Vague Anxiety by Seán Kissane

The exhibition A Vague Anxiety at IMMA invited a range of emerging Irish and international artists to consider the macro and micro anxieties that inform a certain experience of the world today. In this essay...

by Seán Kissane / Thu Aug 22nd, 2019
Artist's Voice

Poet Sarah Clancy responds to Janet Mullarney

'Personage' and 'Holy Show' are two new poems by Sarah Clancy, commissioned by IMMA and written in response to Janet Mullarney’s exhibition, 'Then and Now: Janet Mullarney', 15 Feb-29 Sept 2019. Personage re...

by Sarah Clancy / Fri Jul 19th, 2019
Artist's Voice

US by Helen O’Leary

Helen O’Leary’s work has been described as an un-writeable novel. Her paintings draw on the experiences she had growing up on a farm in rural Wexford in the 1960s through the 1980s. The following short story...

by Helen O'Leary / Fri May 31st, 2019
Artist's Voice

Walker and Walker

Walker and Walker have collaborated professionally since 1989 and have become one of Ireland’s most highly regarded artists internationally. Nowhere without no(w) showcases a number of pre-existing works fro...

by Walker and Walker / Sat May 18th, 2019
Collection

Encounters with Freud

We invited Fionna Barber, Reader in Art History at Manchester School of Art, to respond to Gaze, the third exhibition in the IMMA Collection: Freud Project. The exhibition is concerned with the human gaze; o...

by Fionna Barber / Tue May 14th, 2019
Visual Art

Helen Cammock: The Long Note at IMMA by Eva Kenny

In association with IMMA's 2019 programme, Dublin based writer and researcher Eva Kenny explores overlapping themes of borders - Northern Ireland, Brexit and Civil Rights, that comes to the fore in Cammock’s...

by Eva Kenny / Thu Apr 18th, 2019
Collection

Fergus Martin, Then and Now

Caoimhín Mac Giolla Léith, writer and Senior Lecturer in Modern Irish at University College Dublin, examines the work of Fergus Martin as part of the IMMA Collection: Then and Now series.

by Caoimhín Mac Giolla Léith / Tue Mar 19th, 2019
IMMA Edit

post digital e/AFFECT – Editors Welcome by Sophie Byrne

EDIT #002 by Sophie Byrne invites contributors to unravel some of the most pertinent issues to arise out the paradigm of the network. Recognised challenges and possibilities are set against the backdrop of D...

by Sophie Byrne / Fri Mar 1st, 2019
IMMA Edit

Thinking of the Network by Rebecca O’ Dwyer

For the IMMA Edit #002, Berlin based art critic Dr. Rebecca O' Dwyer points to how the ‘physicality’ of the network, or lack thereof, preoccupies the work of game changing artists.

by Rebecca O’Dwyer / Fri Mar 1st, 2019
IMMA Edit

Existentialism in the (Post-) Digital Era by Charles Melvin Ess

Media theorist and philosopher Charles Melvin Ess of Oslo University, inserts the debate of ethics into the traditions of existential thinking for the IMMA Edit #002.

by Charles Melvin Ess / Fri Mar 1st, 2019
IMMA Edit

Obedient City, Smart City by Jessica Foley

Writer and researcher Jessica Foley, who works between worlds of art, network engineering and urban geography, plays with modes of art blogging and creative criticism in this piece for the IMMA Edit #002, us...

by Jessica Foley / Fri Mar 1st, 2019
IMMA Edit

Introducing the new IMMA Magazine

Read a variety of online articles from leading artists, curators, staff, researchers, academics, and other contributors, that explore the thinking and making behind contemporary art practice today.

by IMMA / Mon Nov 26th, 2018
IMMA Talks

Sunset, Sunrise. Mapping Farmanfarmaian’s Significance

Exploring Iranian art in conjunction with 'Sunset Sunrise' by Monir Shahroudy Farmanfarmaian we invited curator Vali Mahlouj to examine the relationship between revolutions and repression of art.

by Vali Mahlouji / Sun Nov 25th, 2018
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