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  • Upcoming Exhibition The Quickening

    The Douglas Hyde Gallery of Contemporary Art announces The Quickening, a powerful new artwork by ground-breaking artist Deirdre O’Mahony. Gallery 1 & 2 The Douglas Hyde Gallery of Contemporary Art, Trinity Collage, Dublin.   29.03.24 — 23.06.24 Bringing together urgent conversations, original music and moving image, The Quickening responds to issues facing farming, food production…

    • Two people performing a song on a riverbank

    The Song of the Farmer and the Dung Beetle

    A new work commissioned by Ecoshowboat called The Song of the Farmer and the Dung Beetle, was performed live on the shores of the Barrow by vocal artist and performer Siobhan Kavanagh and multidisciplinary artist Michelle Doyle. Deirdre has been engaging with farmers in the region, looking at soil health and regenerative agriculture as strategies…

  • FEEDER 2022

    FEEDER Installation Petronella Browne Room, RHA Gallery Dublin, February 2022

  • Field Exchange: MODEL PLOT

    In 2022, Brookfield Farm will play host to Field Exchange, one of 15 projects taking place all around the country that are being funded by the Creative Climate action fund through Creative Ireland. These projects will work with communities to empower people to make real changes about how they interact with the environment. In between,…

  • Gangwon International Triennale Korea 2021

    The PLOT 2 now installed at the 2021 Gangwon International Triennale, Hongcheon gun (County) of Gangwondo, Korea 30.9.2021 – 7.11.2021

  • Awards 2021

    Deirdre O’Mahony’s artwork is supported by Visual Arts Bursary and Agility Award (2021) from the Arts Council of Ireland. She is also Parity Studios residency artist at the Earth Institute, University College Dublin and received the Fire Station Artist Studios 2021 Sculpture award.

  • Sustainment Experiments: The Plot at VISUAL Carlow

    The PLOT at VISUAL Carlow is a new public artwork by Deirdre O’Mahony made with collaborators from The Loy Association of Ireland as part of the Sustainment Experiments project. Originally planted with potatoes, the plot is now sown with Sainfoin.  MORE