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Disrupt Disability Festival, 7 – 11 March, 2024

Banner for the Disrupt Disability Arts Festival. The festival logo, a large ‘D’, sits on a black background. In the top right and bottom left corners, there are wavy pink lines in bright cerise. Behind them are blurred lines of the same colour giving the impression of motion.

As part of the Augmented Body Altered Mind tour, the exhibition will travel to Garter Lane.

Public Talk: Wed 14 Feb, 6.30pm
Private Groups: Thurs 15 Feb, 11 – 2pm
Public Access: Thurs 15 Feb, 3:30 – 5pm

RHA / IPUT Wilton Park Studios

AlanJames Burns is one of the recipients of the RHA / IPUT Wilton Park Studios 2023. The RHA and IPUT Real Estate Artist in Residence Programme at Wilton Park Studios in Dublin 2 is a direct response to the ever-increasing studio crisis in Dublin. IPUT Real Estate, Ireland’s leading property company, continues to fully support […]

Our Place recieves Creative Ireland Bursary Award 2023 from Kildare County Council

AlanJames Burns’ collaborative socially engaged project Our Place with Sinead McCann and collaborating artists from Saint John of God Liffey Services: Aíne Walsh, David Carter, Keith Whelan, Laura Hickey, Aidan Winters, Conor Begley, David Carter, David Deane, Frances Quinn, Jonathan Smith, Niamh Fortune and Sean Winder, has graciously received the Creative Ireland Bursary Award 2023 […]

“Two new Insight Artists-in-Residence announced: AlanJames Burns and Erin Redmond” (Insight Centre)

AlanJames Burns grateful recipient of Artist-In-Residence position at Insight Centre Dublin City University a Science Foundation Ireland Research Centre for Data Analytics. The Insight SFI Research Centre for Data Analytics artist-in-residence programme awards artists in the community who wish to engage in scientific research to further their own practice, fostering links between the arts and […]

Review of ABAM at Contemporary LYNX

As I look at the artist’s brain, slowly pulsating, they begin to describe it to me. “Wrinkly foreskin” they say at one point. “A Picasso”. Minutes pass, and the MRI of the brain recedes into a smaller and smaller image. At the point of implosion, where it becomes less an object and more a vaporous […]

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