Thursday, 27 May 2021,
19:00 to 20:30
Online via Zoom
Kate Nolan is an Irish visual artist based in Dublin, Ireland, focused on extended photographic stories that examine the nature of identity.
Drawn to "in-between" places, she is intrigued by the effects of shifting histories of areas in flux. Nolan collaborates with local communities over extended periods to give voice to these changes.
Her latest project LACUNA, is a multi-disciplinary project considering the contemporary experience, physical and psychological impact of the partition on the children of the borderlands. LACUNA's first solo show was in the Gallery of Photography, Dublin, Ireland in September - October 2017 and is currently touring in Ireland. LACUNA was nominated for the Prix Pictet photography prize and selected for New Irish Works 2017. Her work is held in public and private collections in Japan, USA, France, Portugal, Mexico, UK and Ireland.