Avoimet opet! Suzanne Mooney: Fragments and Other Incomplete Things
Who are the teachers in the Uniarts Helsinki's Academy of Fine Arts? An open lecture series presents our expert staff during the spring, Tuesdays 22.1., 26.2., 9.4. and 7.5. at 18.00 in the Exhibition Laboratory, Merimiehenkatu 36. Free entry.
9.4. Suzanne Mooney: Fragments and Other Incomplete Things
In her talk, Suzanne Mooney will explore fragmentary forms, the relationship between image and object and the merging of various temporal registers.
Suzanne Mooney is a visual artist, born in Ireland and currently based in Helsinki. Since graduating from the Royal College of Art, London, her work has been shown extensively in solo and group exhibitions in spaces including: A.I.R Gallery, New York; Vitrine Gallery, Basel; Foxy Production, New York; The Sunday Painter Gallery and Contemporary Art Society, London; Lewis Glucksman Gallery, Cork; Biblioteka Uniwersytecka, Warsaw and Spike Island, Bristol. Mooney has received many awards and grants from among others, FRAME; Arts Council of Ireland and England, she has undertaken various residencies, most recently at Banff Arts Center, Canada and WSW Rosendale, New York and her work is in many collections including the State Art Collection of Ireland.
Suzanne is a newly appointed Lecturer in Joint studies, at the Academy of Fine Arts, Helsinki where she focuses on working life skills and art in the public sphere. She has previously held lecturer positions on in University of West England, Bristol; University of Wales, Newport; Camberwell College of Art, London and External Examiner at Sheffield Hallum University.
Suzanne has an upcoming solo exhibition at Hippolyte Galleria, Helsinki in May 2019.
Avoimet opet! open lecture series
22.1. Stig Baumgartner: What do you mean, abstract? (in English)
26.2. Päivi Takala: Peeling and Building Painting (in English)
7.5. Harri Monni: The construction of unknown (in English)