Amanda Rice

Join artists from our forthcoming exhibition Home: Being and Belonging in Contemporary Ireland to discover more about their work and artistic practice in this free, online series of talks.

Amanda Rice is a visual artist who works with moving image, photography, and installation. Her work is largely process- and research-driven, with a particular focus on investigations surrounding the remains and failures of various aspects of industry, or supposed ‘utopian’ systems. In her work, time, distance, geography, and measurement are main concerns that lead to psycho-geographic studies or enquiries, where hidden histories of spaces are excavated and played out in both public and private space. Rice has been selected for both national and international group shows at Eva International 2016, Limerick; Merzbarn, UK; 126, Galway; Flux Factory, New York; and Eastlink Gallery, Shanghai. Her solo exhibitions include shows at Ballina Arts Centre, Ireland, and Kunstraum Arcade, Vienna.

Online talk
1-2pm, 2 June 2021
Book your place here.