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Welcome to UCD Parity Studios, a university wide programme connecting the rich ecology of art practice in Ireland with research and education at University College Dublin. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Through our Artist in Residence Programme, Elective modules and Public Engagement Programme, we support critical thinking and creative approaches to cross- disciplinary research, pedagogy and communication.

 

We offer year long residencies to professional artists who are interested in developing collaborative projects in a university environment. Artist studios, based in converted laboratories in UCD School of Physics, provide a bright working hub and supportive environment for this unique community of artists at University College Dublin.

 

Supported by UCD Colleges of Science, Social Sciences and Law, Arts and Humanities, Engineering & Architecture and Business  artists are offered an artist’s stipend, 24 hour access to artist studios, access to UCD academics researchers and students, talks lectures and symposia and UCD libraries .

 

Our mission is to create a dynamic network of  professional artists, academics, researchers and students, working at the intersections of their disciplines.  

 

 

 

 

 

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Our sincere thanks to the Associate Artists in Residence for your invaluable contributions to the UCD Parity Studios programme and to the enrichment of research and education at UCD in 2016 . A fond Au Revoir! Come back often and soon...

 

UCD Artists in Residence 2018-19

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DECLARATION OF THE STATE METROPOLIS AT TARA

Doireann Ní Ghrioghair

 

PALLAS STUDIOS

Oct 31 - Nov16

 

In a new series of sculptures made as artist in residence at the College of Architecture & Engineering, Doireann Ní Ghrioghair presents a dystopian vision that questions notions of Irishness and national identity.

 

Presented as part of the Artist Initiated Projects progranme at Pallas Studios, Dublin 8

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#PUBLIC FEELING

Sarah Browne

Sundays 3-24 November

 

Public feeling explores the health impacts of austerity on the individual and social body, the politics of ‘resilience’, and considers the gym or leisure centre as a space where these bodies are trained, transformed and cared for.

Each class (a circuit class, an aquafit class, and a virtual spin class) is delivered by a qualified fitness instructor: Gareth Francis (Kickstart Fitness); Eleanor Young (Aquafit), and Peter May (Cycle Studio). They will instruct the participants throughout the class, which are accompanied by a musical score and scripted soundtrack. Newly commissioned writing by Lynn Ruane and Colm Keegan is incorporated into the sound design throughout the performances.

 

For more information click here

 

 

#PUBLIC FEELING

Sarah Browne

Sundays 3 -24 Nov 2019

 

Public feeling explores the health impacts of austerity on the individual and social body, the politics of ‘resilience’, and considers the gym or leisure centre as a space where these bodies are trained, transformed and cared for. Early research for the project included mapping the growth of independent and commercial gyms in the county, with names such as Macho Gym, Extreme Fitness, and Fit4Less. Many of these gyms are located in industrial estates, alongside new churches that have sprung up over the last decade, creating purposeful new patterns of desire, use and movement through the South Dublin landscape.

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