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Kate Fahey

Kate Fahey is an artist based between Kilkenny and London working with print, sculpture, moving image and installation. She received an MA in Fine Art Print at the Royal College of Art, London in 2015 and in 2020 she completed a practice-based PhD at the University of the Arts London. Recent exhibitions include Living Balance at The Library Project (2022), blubbing, (solo) at Commonage London, (2021) Woman in the Machine, Visual Carlow (2021) and Gut Feeling, Arti et Amiticiae, Amsterdam (2021). In 2021/22 she was the recipient of the New Contemporaries and SPACE Studios Bursary. She has completed residencies including ZK/U Center for Art and Urbanistics, Berlin (2019); Leitrim Sculpture Centre (2018); British School at Rome (2017) and Callan Workhouse Union, Kilkenny (2016). Upcoming exhibitions include Present Imperfect (solo) Pallas Projects, Dublin (2022).

Adam Gibney

Adam Gibney is a Dublin based artist who graduated from IADT, Dun Laoghaire. His solo exhibitions include Projective Verse 9: Deep Breadths (Daegu Foundation of Culture, South Korea, 2017) and Euclid, I miss you…(Artbox, Dublin, 2016). Other notable exhibitions include Scaffold (The Bomb Factory, London, 2019), The Voyage (CB1 Gallery, Los Angeles, 2016) and Futures (Royal Hibernian Academy, Dublin, 2014). In 2016, Adam represented Ireland in the V Moscow Biennale for Young Art – Deep Inside.In 2019, Adam launched his first public art project, Your Seedling Language, in St. Catherine’s School, Rush, Co. Dublin. In 2021 he exhibited his solo-show Can you breathe for me? at the Oonagh Young Gallery, Dublin and completed a temporary public art commission for Graft as commissioned by The Glucksman Gallery and The National Sculpture Factory, Cork. Adam is currently working on a public art commission for Fingal County Council’s Infrastructure programme. He is also undertaking a practice-based research masters funded by the Technological University of Dublin.

Jonathan Mayhew

Jonathan Mayhew is an Irish artist based in Dublin. Recent Exhibitions include: Zurich Portrait Prize 2021, National Galley of Ireland & Crawford Art Gallery, Artworks 2020 Visual Carlow; Agnes and I, Library Project 2019; The wind steals music brings it to me, Pallas Projects, Dublin, 2019; Scaffold, Bomb Factory London, 2019; digital_self, Irish Museum of Modern Art, 2018; Sørlandsutstillingen, Kristiansand Kunsthall, Norway, 2017; I Wanted to Write a Poem, Wexford Arts Centre, 2017. His works are in the collections of the Art Council of Ireland and the Office of Public Works, along with various private collections. He was the TBG& S/HIAP international residency exchange awardee 2019. He is kindly supported by the Arts Council of Ireland.

Séamus McCormack

Séamus McCormack has curated exhibitions at Luan Gallery; ArtBox; Irish Museum of Modern Art; The Bomb Factory; Sarabande Foundation; Lewisham Arthouse & upcoming at Lismore Castle Arts. He runs Commonage project space, is Programme Curator, New Contemporaries and was previously Assistant Curator at Whitechapel Gallery & the Irish Museum of Modern Art working on group exhibitions Electronic Superhighway; Intellectual Barbarians: Kibbo Kift Kindred; Primal Architecture; Traces and on solo presentations by Christopher Williams, Willie Doherty, Haroon Mirza, Harun Farocki & Alice Maher. He has programmed symposia ‘Archives & Identities’, ‘Sounding out Practice’, ‘Writing into Practice’ & ‘Craft-tech’. Delivering talks & workshops at the RHA; South London Gallery & Leeds Art Gallery, he has also been a visiting tutor at Slade, City & Guilds London, Oxford Brookes University, Glasgow School of Art & Leeds Beckett University.