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About Ian / Über Ian

Dublin as seen from the Cruagh Gap, up a hill south of Rathfarnam

Dublin as seen from the Cruagh Gap, up a hill south of Rathfarnam

I am an artist from Dublin. In 2009 I finished a BA degree in Sculpture in Ireland’s National College of Art & Design (NCAD), gaining first-class honours.

This is my home town, with a compact centre and a sprawling commuter belt. My interest in Irish culture and particularly my native Dublin is typically dealt with in my art work.  My practice is diverse in materials, because it often consists of identifying relationships and making work informed by conversations with the diverse people of Dublin. It is fundamentally sculptural but I also use drawing and video in my work. You will see examples of my work being posted on this website.

If you wish to contact me, I can be reached by email at clotworthyi at gmail.com.

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Ich bin Kunstler aus Dublin, Irland. In 2009 habe ich mein Bachelorstudium in der Bildhauerei an der National College of Art & Design in Dublin, Irland mit dem höchste Grad abgeschlossen.

Meine Heimstadt ist auf abgebildet. Es gibt eine kleine Innenstadt und ein Vorstadtgebiet, das ist gewuchert.

 

6 Comments leave one →
  1. April 15, 2009 23:09

    Ian thank you for the comments! Glad you like the magazine layouts. That is in fact what the whole thing is about: mending fun. See you x

  2. Eoin permalink
    March 5, 2010 16:22

    Hi Ian,

    Trying to reach you to do an interview on newstalk radio about skip diving.

    Could you call me on 087 240 3612

    Or email me your number and Ill call you

    Thanks

    Eoin

  3. March 8, 2010 10:28

    Hi Ian,

    Are you available for interview on skip raiding?

    Rebecca Glynn
    Producer
    Breakfast on 4 with Gareth O’Callaghan

    4FM
    5th Floor
    Latin Hall
    Golden Lane
    Dublin 8

    Ph: (00353) 1 4255400

  4. September 7, 2010 10:17

    HI Ian,
    I was wondering if it would be ok to put a copy of the picture above ( the one you exhibited at the Cork Cycling Arts Festival) on the Trendy Travle website. Trendy Travel is the EU project that Cork City Council used to part fund the Cork Cycling Arts festival. You probably saw the logo on the posters and darren’s rickshaw.
    We could probably include a link to your website. There is no links page at present but I could ask the website people to create one. I think there shoudl be one anyways!)
    Thanks for any help you can provide!

  5. alison rigley permalink
    February 7, 2011 10:28

    Hi Ian
    I was trying to get it touch with you but cant find a contact number for you. I am from the RICC and we would like to invite you to a pre-election lunch on Friday the 18th February in the RICC.If you could call me on 0868419715 or 6688861 . Look forward to hearing from you .

  6. Colm Molloy permalink
    February 9, 2011 01:09

    Hey Ian,

    You’ve been busy since finishing college…

    The blog looks great fair play man, and the content is absolutely genius.

    Hope you’re well and the cycling’s going well.

    See you round town soon no doubt,

    Cheers,

    Colm

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