‘Foreignments’, an interactive webapp commissioned in partnership with The Lab Gallery, DCC, deals intimately with the process of acculturation. The … More
A publication produced through the module My Fair Lady: Radical Publishing and the Shaw Collection, led by Nathan O’Donnell, as … More
Great article in the Irish Times by Michael Cronin about Adrian Duncan’s latest book Midfield Dynamo. Cronin Praises Adrian’s work … More
On Thursday 6th of May 7pm – 8pm Researcher, Artist and ACW Alumni Hannah Tiernan will present her paper on … More
A three-part exhibition at the Goethe-Institut Irland’s Return Gallery curated by Art in the Contemporary World (ACW). c. 200 Leila … More
Leila Anglade, Alison Lowry, Alex Pentek, Belinda Quirke As part of RE/MAINS OF THE DAZE: an exhibition in three courses … More
Nadia J. Armstrong, Tom Creed, Catherine Fay, Anna Maye, Katharina Steins. In developing their response to Les Immatériaux, the NOUVEAUX … More
Simon Bhuiyan, Brian Cooney, Kristen Olson, Aisling-Ór Ní Aodha After the Century focuses on research conducted around The Short Century … More
Monday, March 8th Only! • Available from 9 AM ET & 2 PM GMT • free tickets here! Two Miles … More
19th-28th February 2021, NCAD Gallery – LINK Aoife Banks, Dominique Crowley, María del Buey, Brendan Fox, Seanán Kerr, Gráinne Murphy, … More
Seoidín – artist and educator who works with ACW, has two very recent publications available in the Dublin Art Book … More
In Sept 2020 Aemi launched their second online exhibition with Fiona Marron’s film After Automation, accompanied by a commissioned text by Jessica … More
Love Notes from a German Building Site, the debut novel by ACW alum Adrian Duncan, has been awarded the inaugural John McGahern Book Prize 2020.
m u d r o o m is an experimental ambient audio installation, transformed into a one-hour virtual livestream featuring … More
A rich and growing list of thought, sight, sound, text and performance. Built by the ACW community and added to weekly.
A season of propositions, performances, experiments and scenarios by the MFA Art in the Contemporary World.
Sue Rainsford is a fiction and arts writer. Her practice is concerned with explicit fusions of critical and corporeal inquiry, as … More
Featuring ACW tutors Declan Long, Francis Halsall and Rachel O’Dwyer. Tune into the latest Podcast on DDR where they discuss … More
Return Gallery, Goethe- Institut Irland, 37 Merrion Square, Dublin 2 Opening 15 January 2020 | 6 – 9pmExhibition runs till … More
|| Open Call || This exhibition will explore the many different systems that form our contemporary networked society. The Science Gallery Dublin and curatorial team welcome proposals that highlight, investigate and test these systems, or offer alternative ones for an uncertain future.
Calling artists, designers, technologists, activists, journalists (citizen, alternative and mainstream), hackers and pranksters, academics and engineers to propose exhibits, workshops, interventions or projects that will help us untangle the many complex systems, both visible and invisible, that surround us.