Aisling Keavey

Photographic artist

Biography

Education

2020, Institute of Art Design and Technology, Dublin Ireland

MA by Research in Photography;

“Re-imagining Irish Identity: Photography, Hybridity and Identity”

2016, University of the Arts London, Wimbledon College of Arts, London UK

BA Hons Fine Art Print and Time-based Media

2013, Colaiste Dhulaigh, Dublin, Ireland

FETAC Level 6 Advanced Diploma Photography

2011, Colaiste Dhulaigh, Dublin, Ireland

FETAC Level 5 Diploma Communications and Media Production

Exhibitions

2016, Show Two, Wimbledon College of Arts, London

2016, Liminal States, Gallery on the Corner, Battersea, London

2016, Spectacle, Wimbledon College of Arts, London

2014, “Photographs From Berlin” Wimbledon College of Arts, London

2013, Colaiste Dhulaigh graduate show, Gallery of Photography, Dublin, Ireland

2013, Four Degrees of Separation, The Twisted Pepper, Dublin, Ireland

2012, Homeless Gallery, D-Light Studios, Dublin Ireland

Awards

2016,  The Old Girl’s Club Mentorship III – Shortlisted

Online

2018, Instagram residency, Photograd Instagram

2017, Instagram residency, The Old Girl’s Club Instagram

2016, Instagram takeover of Wimbledon College of Arts Instagram for Print and Time-based Media

Bibliography

Wingett, Sarah, “Aisling Keavey, photographic artist”, Creative Choices, online, 2016

Grey, Naomi, “Meet a Third Year – Aisling Keavey, Print & Time-Based Media student”, Wimbledon College of Arts blog, online, 2016

The Print Space Trajectory, online, 2016

Girls Get Busy Zine #22, online, 2014

Man With A Movie Camera, online, 2013

Lenscratch self portraits exhibition, online, 2013

Presentations

Upcoming

2019, Limerick Postgraduate Research Conference, University of Limerick, Limerick, Ireland

Past

2018, Photo Scratch #15, Hotel Elephant, London

2017, Photo Scratch #11, Hotel Elephant, London

2017, Spring Showcase, Hotel Elephant, London

2017, Q Art Open Crit, The Mall Galleries, London

2017, Show and Tell @ TATE EXCHANGE, Tate Modern, London

2016, Presenter, Folio Friday, Photographer’s Gallery, London

Texts

Accidental Journeys, The Journal of Psychology, Gender and Trauma, 2018

‘“The subject of an exhibition tends more and more to be not so much the exhibition of works of art, as the exhibition of the exhibition as a work of art” – Daniel Buren The Artist as curator and how the gallery functions as an artistic medium and as gendered space’, Undergraduate Honours thesis, 2016

“The Photography of Trauma”, The Precursor Project, 2016

“How do Narrative Forms and Notions of the Archive Relate to Art Practice Today?”, 2015

Teaching

2017, Reading group facilitator, We Should All Be Feminists, The Depot, Hackney, London

2016, Workshop facilitator, Narrative Photo-book workshop, Object Book, Merton Abbey Mills, London

2015, Screen-printing assistant, Camberwell, Chelsea, Wimbledon Progression Centre, London

2014, Lino-cut printmaking assistant, Camberwell, Chelsea, Wimbledon Progression Centre, London

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