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A digital collage of a clay piece on the left and a photograph of a black woman on the right sitting down wearing a striped top and purple pants, there are three ginger cats at her feet. There are squiggly red marks around the clay piece and drawn red lines coming from the woman.
Alice Rekab
An Artistic Eye

As part of our An Artistic Eye Series we asked Alice Rekab: how do they become and artist? What is the best thing about being an artist? What do they all day?

A photograph of an artist's studio. There is a red hanging on the wall stuck on with blue tape. On the red hanging is a number of colourful cut out drawings of plants, figures and a clock face. There is a table on the left with a laptop and an assortment of materials and supplies on it.
Sam Keogh
An Artistic Eye

How do you become an artist? What’s the best thing about being an artist? What do you do all day? ‘An Artistic Eye’ is a series of videos in which these questions and more are asked of visual artists. Each of the artists shared their unique take on how, and when, they decided to become […]

A photograph of a Japanese man wearing a straw hat leaning over a table painting. He is in an artist's studio and there is a number of paintings on the left, placed on a shelf and on the ground, there is a wooden easel in front of them. On the right is a larger painting of a white rabbit sitting at a table with an assortment of vegetables on it.
Atsushi Kaga
An Artistic Eye

As part of our An Artistic Eye Series we asked Atsushi Kaga: how do they become and artist? What is the best thing about being an artist? What do they all day?

A photograph of a white woman with brown hair wearing a grey top and white trousers lying on the floor beside the skull of a dolphin on the left and the bones of a spinal cord on the right.
Dorothy Cross
An Artistic Eye

As part of our An Artistic Eye Series we asked Dorothy Cross: how do they become and artist? What is the best thing about being an artist? What do they all day?

A close up image of a white woman with curly black hair wearing silver earrings. The subtitle says
Elisabeth Subrin
In conversation with Georgina Jackson

To coincide with our latest iteration of our screening series, the Douglas Hyde is very pleased to announce an in-conversation event. Our Director, Dr Georgina Jackson will talk to artist and filmmaker Elisabeth Subrin about the making of ‘Shulie’, as well as giving an insight into Subrin’s forthcoming film and book project about the late […]

Yuri Pattison
In conversation with Georgina Jackson

Yuri Pattison is considered to be one of the most influential young artists addressing the impact of digital technology on both infrastructure and everyday life. Pattison works across video, sculpture and online platforms to explore the political, material and social consequences of the rapid development of technology. His works move across platforms and materialities, connecting […]

Gabriel Kuri
In conversation with Georgina Jackson

Working across sculpture, collage, installation and other media, Mexican-born, Brussels-based artist Gabriel Kuri is fascinated by the logic of everyday objects and resources. Often using repurposed materials – natural, industrial and otherwise – he links questions of form with how we value, circulate and assign function. Playing with the principles of minimalism and the history […]