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Artist's Voice / Uncategorized

Art Nomads respond to the IMMA Collection

“It is one of the marks of humanity and the only way to peace and the only way to co-existence in a fragile planet ecologically and in human terms, if we can develop the capacity to allow other cultures find...

by Art Nomads / Sun Jan 29th, 2023
Artist's Voice / Uncategorized

Radiating Shadows – James Merrigan interviews Brian Teeling

In this magazine article, James Merrigan interviews Brian Teeling about what inspires and fuels his multidisciplinary practice.   Brian Teeling is an invited IMMA artist working in one of the four studios...

by James Merrigan / Sun Jan 22nd, 2023
Artist's Voice / Uncategorized

‘Dance of Life’ – West Tallaght Women’s Textile Collective

Artist Wendy Cowan's work and teaching practices are firmly rooted in the processes of making and collaboration where care, labour, power, women’s and young people’s relationship to the state are made tangib...

by Wendy Cowan / Thu Dec 15th, 2022
Artist's Voice

IMMAxDean Artist Spotlight with Thaís Muniz

Earlier this year Thaís Muniz (TM) was invited to take up one of four studios generously gifted to IMMA by the Dean Art Studios on Chatham Row in Dublin’s City Centre. Joining this dynamic creative community...

by Thaís Muniz / Sun Dec 11th, 2022
Artist's Voice

Navine G.Dossos presents ‘Kind Words Can Never Die’

Kind Words Can Never Die is a visually stunning new site-specific installation created by Navine G. Dossos for IMMA’s iconic 17th century Courtyard. Commissioned as part of IMMA Outdoors, Kind Words Can Neve...

by Navine G.Dossos / Thu Sep 15th, 2022
Artist's Voice

Photographs Reassembled

Sarah Allen, curator at Tate Modern interviews Jan McCullough, IMMA Residency artist, about the role of photography in her work, what informs her methodology with the artform, how her practice has evolved wi...

by Sarah Allen / Thu Mar 25th, 2021
Artist's Voice

Ideas of Queer Use by Sara Ahmed

We look forward to hosting Sara Ahmed at IMMA in February 2021. In the meantime we invite Ahmed to connect with IMMA’s online community with a short text that introduces the research threads that are so syno...

by Sara Ahmed / Sun Apr 12th, 2020
Artist's Voice / Collection

Mark Granier responds to Life Above Everything

Published poet and award winning photographer, Mark Granier was first introduced to the Freud Project by friend and fellow poet Annie Freud (eldest daughter of Lucian Freud). Invited by IMMA to respond to th...

by Mark Granier / Fri Jan 17th, 2020
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 Janice Hough / 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
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
Artist's Voice

Slow Looking & Porous Links in The Ethics of Scrutiny

Writer and researcher Sue Rainsford sits down with artist Daphne Wright to explore her curation of the IMMA Collection: Freud Project exhibition Ethics of Scrutiny.

by Sue Rainsford / Fri Aug 24th, 2018
Artist's Voice

Paint Skin? – a blog by Irish Artist Susan Connolly

We invited Irish Artist Susan Connolly to respond to the work of Lucian Freud at IMMA. A key aspect to the IMMA Collection: Freud Project is the response of contemporary artists to his work.

by Susan Connolly / Sat Dec 16th, 2017
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