Ulysses 2.2

1 book. 1 year. 18 artistic experiments.

Iarlaith Ni Fheorais


Iarlaith Ni Fheorais is a curator based between Ireland and the UK, currently an Independent Producer for Bridget O'Gorman and Ebun Sodipo with field:arts. She makes work as part of Liquid, exploring expressions of intimacy through exhibitions, live events, discussion and text. In winter 2021 she presented commissions by Day Magee, Panteha Abareshi and D Mortimer for Pathology of Energy as part of Arts and Disability Ireland’s Curated Space programme. In June 2022, she will curate Speech Sounds, an exhibition exploring language, disability and the speculative at VISUAL Carlow, following her position as Curator-In-Residence 2021. She is also currently producing a new dance commission by Kat Hawkins for LIVE Collision and a toolkit on accessible exhibition-making and the commissioning of disabled artists.  She is formerly an Assistant Curator at Tate Modern & Britain and Co-Director at Basic Space.

She is supported by Arts Council England through the Developing Your Creative Practice Award 2021 and the Agility Award by The Arts Council / An Chomhairle Ealaíon, and is currently studying MA Art Praxis at the Dutch Art Institute. 

Episode 15

Oh - Infamy - we eat electric light

Iarlaith Ni Fheorais, Emma Wolf-Haugh, Arts & Disability Ireland

Oonagh Young Gallery, James Joyce Street

3 November – 2 December 2022

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