'CAHOOTS’ opens tonight at The Crypt in St Lukes Church, Cork, and runs from 20-27 March. I'm thrilled to be involved in this collaborative project with A4 Sounds and Sample-Studios where some of my work will be on show, including a hand-bound zine and a new letterpress poem print. Link to event here! About the exhibition: CAHOOTS: A4 Sounds … Continue reading Cahoots Exhibition: A4 Sounds & Sample-Studios
Excited to say that two thirds of our very own Not4U Collective will be performing at this deadly upcoming fundraiser in support of Inner City Helping Homeless on 18th February! Event Details: Tickets are €7 (Student/Unwaged) / €10 and are available at the door on the night (br!ng ca$h). All proceeds go to Inner City … Continue reading An evening of music, poetry and laughs in aid of ICHH
8th – 18th Nov | A4 Sounds Gallery A4 Members’ & Neighbours’ Show 2018 A little over two month's ago I joined A4 Sounds Studios, where I have been making work and writing poetry since, and have been thoroughly enjoying the fruitful and reinvigorating journey so far. Next month A4 are hosting their annual member's … Continue reading A4 Sounds Exhibition: Locale #2
This Friday the 13th is shaping up to be a big night for women-led contemporary literature in Dublin. The greatly anticipated Dublin launch of 'Autonomy' (New Binary Press, Editor Kathy D'Arcy) will kick of at 6pm in Books Upstairs. The proceeds from book sales will be donated in support to the Repeal campaign. Further … Continue reading Friday 13th April 2018: A Night for Women-led Contemporary Literature
A diptych from my series '€535 a Month: Utlities Not Included' A project completed as part of my recent digital photography course in Block T, with tutor Kate Nolan. fig 1. fig 2.
My poem 'Earwig' and a corresponding photograph were included in the In Place photo book, published in October 2016 to accompany an exhibition in Tara Street, Dublin. IN PLACE is a collective of artists working in Dublin, Ireland. They are focused on formulating a response to the disuse of space within Dublin's urban landscape. The … Continue reading ‘Earwig’ Poem