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Bridget O’Gorman is a visual artist and researcher based in the UK. Working across sculpture, text, video and event, her practice highlights a destabilised and haptic evolution within the lives of objects and bodies. Her methods focus upon connecting the animate and the inanimate, informing a dialogue around potential and expanded corporeal experiences.

Recent exhibitions include Health Club, Hyde Park Art Centre (US) (2019), Lucian’s Neighbours, Irish Museum of Modern Art (IE) (2018), A Constitution of Iron, Birmingham School of Art (UK) (2017), In the Flesh, The Lab Gallery, Dublin (IE) (2016).

Projects include The Legacy of Gesture (2018) (in collaboration with Aerodrums and DaDa Fest, Liverpool, UK), and Anaesthesia of a Knowing Body (2018) (in collaboration with Sue Rainsford and Freud Project, Dublin) at IMMA (IE). Her work has been supported through various awards, fellowships and residencies including the Irish Museum of Modern Art Residency/Freud Project, IE (2017/18), Future World of Work - FACT, DaDa Fest and NHS Hospitals Trust Liverpool, UK (2018), Wheatley Fine Art Fellowship, UK (2017), Arts Council of Ireland Visual Arts Bursary Award (2014/16) & Fire Station Artists Studios IE (2014 - 17). She currently lives and works in Manchester, UK.

Image courtesy of IMMA, Photo: Louis Haugh (2018).