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Deirdre O'Mahony
Reading List

Each Wednesday, from April 3, we will share highlights from Deirdre O’Mahony’s literary and academic inspirations. Over the course of 12 weeks, uncover a weekly gem from the artist’s library, each book having played a pivotal role in shaping her research and creative processes for The Quickening project. These carefully selected recommendations will be available […]

Liliane Tomasko
Translation

Discover the world of Liliane Tomasko’s artistic practice through her insightful essay Translation exploring her distinctive formal approach to painting and the nuanced choices that define her unique visual language.

Ingrid Swenson
Writer Response

As part of our Response Series, The Douglas Hyde is delighted to present In Conversation by curator and writer Ingrid Swenson responding to the work of Siobhán Hapaska and her exhibition Medici Lion.

Cairo Clarke
ON BECOMING

As part of our Response Series The Douglas Hyde is delighted to share Cairo Clarke’s response to the work of Alice Rekab within the exhibition Family Lines. ON BECOMING formalises concepts of belonging, identity and embodiment. The response takes a material form in three parts: a PDF file, a double sided A3 poster, and double […]

Diana Bamimeke
Attend To It

When I visit a show I want to write about, I have to spend a long time with it if I’m going to write about it in any meaningful way. I pack my bag with my supplies: my notepad, my pencil and two pens, a black one and a blue one. Despite its unassuming tools […]

Dean Kissick
The Cosmic Artist

Using key critical ideas presented by the exhibition programming, the Response Series presents experimental and transdisciplinary collaborations between exhibiting artists and other artists, writers, researchers or experts. On this occasion, we invited Dean Kissick, writer and New York editor of Spike Art Magazine to respond to Yuri Pattisson exhibition the engine. The collaboration between Dean […]

Andrew Jackson
Us and Them

Dr Andrew Jackson  responds to Steve Bishop’s exhibition Security (2020) with an essay titled “Us and Them” found below.

Tiffany Sia
Weird Time & SEA–SHIPPING–SUN

Artist Tiffany Sia presents a response to Yuri Pattison’s solo exhibition the engine. Weird Times is a chapbook by Tiffany Sia and Yuri Pattison on time-telling and hegemony. Featuring writing by Sia and images selected by Pattison, it is a brief history on the development of time-keeping technologies. While SEA – SHIPPING – SUN, a meditation on maritime trade routes, is a […]