AGM 2023

Soil Sabbathical

Aideen Barry

Alex Billingham

Julie Lockett

Julie Lockett @her_acre  Julie Lockett is an independent dance artist who lives and works in Cloughjordan Ecovillage, Co. Tipperary – a lived response to the climate crisis.   Read moreEleonora GomesJulie creates work over an extended period of several months in order to build a multitude of themes and meanings in her work for herself and

Grass: Open Call

GRASS – APPLICATION DEADLINE May 22nd This OPEN CALL for Artists in Residence from June to November 2023 at LIVE ART IRELANDAT MILFORD HOUSE. Residencies 3-6 weeks from available from May 30th to August 5th and from September 1st to November 30th. The residency is called ‘Grass’ because it asks artists to look down and

Annie Hogg

Coming to the SOIL Residency, I held the seed of an idea looking at soils and their microbiallife in a context of communication. This was originally to be explored in a kinetic, time-lapseeffect of creating environment through which growth and mould development could occur.Through-out my time here, however, the idea for this new installation has

Alexandra Neuman

 At Live-Art Ireland I am working on a project entitled ‘The Collective Womb’ which explores the interconnections between the womb and the earth at a time of increasing restrictions on reproductive rights and the ongoing climate crisis. The videos are made using stop-motion animation by rearranging mud into mythological narratives. The project involves reframing abortion

lwrds duniam

a Pachamama spell(work-in-progress, detail) collaborating with the land herself, Pachamama—Mother Earth, this work is emerging as a ritual for radical presence, imprinting broken pieces of hybrid hurting selves, and finding healing through ancient arboreal magic. Read moreAlexandra Neumanlwrds duniam (b. 1984) is an interdisciplinary artist, designer, independent researcher, and 2019 OCAD University graduate (BFA Integrated

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