Ailbhe Ní Bhriain

By 15th March 2019 May 31st, 2019 Ireland based Photographers

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Ailbhe Ní Bhriain is an Irish artist known for her use of film, computer generated imagery and photography. The work has been exhibited widely both nationally and internationally and has increasingly involved collaboration with musicians and composers, with screenings and installations incorporating recorded sound, live performance and improvisation. She received her MA from the Royal College of Art and was awarded her PhD by Practice from Kingston University, UK in 2008. She uses video, photography and sound to explore ideas of identity and displacement. Her work has been exhibited widely both nationally and internationally, including RHA, Dublin, Musée des Beaux–Arts de Rennes, Britanny, EVA International, Limerick, Reina Sofia Museum, Madrid, Wapping Project, London and Jerwood Space, London. The work has increasingly involved collaboration with musicians and composers, including Kaija Saariaho, Linda and Irene Buckley and Pádraig Murphy, with screenings and installations incorporating recorded sound, live performance and improvisation. Ailbhe is represented by Domobaal Gallery, London and lectures at the Crawford College of Art & Design, Cork. Ireland.