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A key element of the Freud Project is an engagement with contemporary artists and art practitioners in response to Freud, revealing exciting new perspectives on this major artist today. In March 2017 IMMA invited interested candidates to propose contexts and research within their own practice which would explore, contest, expand, complement or radicalise the resonance and impact of the work on show in the Freud Centre. Through this opportunity IMMA wishes to support the development of studio practice and artistic production to open new possibilities around the work, and to explore with residents new ways of working with IMMA’s many audiences.

The Freud Project Residency | Laura Fitzgerald
1 September – 31 December 2017

The Freud Project Residency | Bridget O’Gorman & Sue Rainsford
1 October 2017 – 28 February 2018

The Freud Project Residency | Richard John Jones
1 January – 31 March 2018

Laura Fitzgerald

Laura Fitzgerald

Through a humorous lens Laura Fitzgerald points to problematic and absurd aspects within complex political and personal situations. Her work reveals both the difficulty of proposing a solution and is yet interested and driven by a multiplicity of options or proposals for new imaginative states.
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Bridget O’Gorman & Sue Rainsford

Bridget O’Gorman & Sue Rainsford

Bridget O’Gorman is a visual artist whose work highlights destabilised or haptic deterioration within the lives of objects. Sue Rainsford is a writer and researcher whose practice is concerned with hybrid texts and radical experience, as well as the intersection between visual and literary arts practices. Together, they are recipients of The Freud Project Residency selected through Open Call in spring 2017.
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Richard John Jones

Richard John Jones

Richard John Jones’ work is concerned with works or histories that have been erased, forgotten or marginalised and what this can tell us more broadly about visibility and representation. He works through textiles and domestic craft techniques alongside performance, video and installation.
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