Kerry Guinan is a curator, researcher, activist and, primarily, a conceptual artist. Her disruptive art practice has embroiled communities and sites in staged conflicts with galleries, councils, police, the state, and art audiences. A current Masters by Research student at Limerick School of Art & Design, her recent projects include the curation of TULCA Festival of Visual Arts: TACTICAL MAGIC in Galway and a residency in Bill Drummond’s Curfew Tower in Antrim.
For our first Workspace Social of 2020, Kerry will talk about biting the hand that feeds, juggling different types of work, a life-altering workshop with Franko B, and her current practice.
Admission is free and all are welcome. Don’t forget to bring your lunch!
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.