Dominic Thorpe - first ever UCD Humanities Artist in Residence

Monday, 31 March 2014

Cultúr Lab in partnership with UCD College of Arts and Celtic Studies is delighted to announce performance artist Dominic Thorpe as the first ever UCD Humanities Artist in Residence. In its pilot year, the programme aims to facilitate a unique collaboration between the artist and the humanities researchers in UCD.

Thorpe is an Irish visual artist who works primarily through the body in performance, drawing, video and photography.  His most recent work looks at exploring the potential of art practice to offer an authentic response to the traumatic experiences of others.  He has performed extensively at a national and international level and his work has been supported by the Arts Council of Ireland, Culture Ireland, CREATE and Kildare County Council.

For further information you can read the full Press Release.