|Artist Name(s)||Fiona Woods|
|Context/Background||Fiona Woods' current practice is concerned with the idea of emergence, in which change is more than just a rupture or negation of that which already exists. Woods attempts to reconfigure the boundary between the human and non-human may open up the perspective of beings as events within a network of relations, rather than discrete objects located in a time and space from which they are separate and separable. This work is located at an interface between the institutional site of art and the "lifeworld", staging situations and identities in an absurd effort to identify emergent subjectivities. |
These images are part of an ongoing series of performative photographs, staging a liminal zone of undecidability between the human and non-human worlds. These assemblages lean towards the limits of the human, absurd in their efforts to suggest modes of emergent subjectivity
Fiona Woods is a visual artist whose practice includes curating and writing. She has completed an MA at NCAD on the Art in the Contemporary World (2009). Recent presentations of work include: Breach, September, 2009, The Joinery, Dublin and X/change, Courthouse Gallery, Co. Clare. Ongoing work in the public realm includes Walking Silvermines (with North Tipperary County Council); collection of minds (with ps2, Belfast); and Rhyzom, Culture 2007 research project
|Commission Type||The Arts Council|
|Public Presentation dates||September 23, 2009 - October 4, 2009|
|Budget Range||0 - 10000 euro|
|Location||Various sites, Dublin 7|
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|Content contributor(s)||Fiona Woods|
|Relationship to project||Artist|
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P&D (specialist billboard printing)
13 April 2017
Deadline for applications: Wednesday 24 May, 12 noon. Under the Per Cent for Art Scheme, Carrigabruise National School wishes to commission new...
Greystones Educate Together National School appointed a voluntary committee with relevant expertise to oversee the per cent for art commissioning process. An external curator, Máire Davey, was appointed specifically for her expertise in working in a highly collaborative way as meaningful involvement from the students and school was viewed as central to the process. The procurement route chosen was limited invited competition.