All welcome, free admission with complimentary beverages. The exhibition explores ideas of grief loss and the process of mourning with some unexpected occurrences throughout the exhibition.
Brigid Mulligan is a visual artist based in Galway born and raised in County Longford. Her work takes the form of printmaking, animation and social engagement to look at topics like anxiety, trauma, loss and grief.
Katie Moore is a visual artist based in Co. Mayo. She graduated from GMIT Galway with an MA in Creative Practice in 2018. She also graduated with a BA first class honours in Design in Textiles in 2015 and was shortlisted for the RDS Student of the Year Award 2015.
Moore was awarded the Emerging Irish Artist Residency Award 2018 with The Burren College of Art. Moore was also awarded the Arts & Disability Connect New Work Award 2017, which resulted in a solo show entitled Entropy, at the Linenhall Arts Centre Castlebar.
Moore created work for On Sight 2016 sculpture trail with an outdoor sculpture at the National Museum of Ireland and for the 186th Annual Exhibition, RHA Dublin. In 2015 Moore was chosen as the artist in residence at the Jackie Clarke Collection to commemorate the 1916 Easter Rising with Mayo County Council, which resulted in a piece of installation art entitled Paper Bloom and a limited edition publication. Other residencies include; Andrea Zittel’s A – Z West, Joshua Tree California, 2×2 Part 2 residency 126 Artist Run Gallery Galway, D.I.V.A residency at Electric Picnic, and artist in residence at A4 Sounds Dublin.