Úna Cahill joins us for lunch on Thursday 22 March to lead a collage workshop inspired by her studies in queer theory and gender performativity. Úna will discuss how she translates key ideas in her studio practice through paint and other media.
Admission is free and don’t forget to bring your lunch!
Úna Cahill hails from Longford and is currently living in Limerick where she is in her final year of Fine Art Painting at Limerick School of Art and Design. In 2016, Úna won the Allied Irish Bank Prize for her work in the exhibition Purge at the Hunt Museum. In 2017, she exhibited work in The Art of Life at King John’s Castle in association with Limerick Mental Health Week. She has also studied abroad in the Netherlands during her third year of college, and has exhibited work in a group exhibition at the KuuB exhibition space with Hogeschool voor de Kunsten in Utrecht.
New to the Workspace Social?
The Workspace Social is a weekly event developed as an alternative format for artists’ talks and networking. Every Thursday, a local or visiting artist is invited to join us for lunch: to discuss a recent project, to share new research or to propose an activity. Participants are welcome to bring along their lunch and to eat with the artist.
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InformationWorkspace Social #39: Úna Cahill
Thursday 22 March, 1-2pm
Úna's practice is informed by Judith Butler's theory of psychic excess, which is the charge or excess from the unconscious which unsettles what we can perform, such as our identity, subjectivity and gender. Image courtesy of the artist.