TBG+S Announces International Residency Recipients 2018 | Caroline Doolin + Kathy Tynan

Temple Bar Gallery + Studios is delighted to announce artist Caroline Doolin as recipient of the 2018 HIAP (Helsinki International Artist Programme) Residency and artist Kathy Tynan has been awarded a residency in Paris as part of the Cité Internationale des Arts programme.
From February to April this year, Caroline Doolin will spend six weeks at the HIAP residency facility at the Cable Factory, Helsinki. Caroline Doolin works primarily in narrative moving image with a particular interest in navigating the specific audio-visual constraints of the gallery context. During her residency at HIAP she will research and develop the early stages of a new video installation informed by the status of Suomenlinna island as a UNESCO heritage site. With attentive focus on the particular ecology of Suomenlinna, she aims to explore intricate webs of difference within the everyday; drawing connections between and generating empathy for specific sites, species and organisms.
Kathy Tynan will work from a studio in Paris for three months in 2018. During her residency, Kathy will spend time discerning the recurrent motifs and patterns of the City. She will focus particularly on interventional man-made marks which feel strange or out of place within the urban landscape.www.templebargallery.com/

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