IAPA|Coming Lectrue“EXPENDED PRINT MAKING Series of Cloud Lectures” Marianne Keating

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Lecture Information



 Lecturer:Marianne Keating
Time:19:00,Apr. 28th.
Location:Tencent Conference 767 432 24



Introduction to lecture content


Marianne Keating’s research examines the resulting legacy of the undocumented migration of the Irish diaspora to Jamaica during the nineteenth century, addressing their impact on contemporary Jamaica while responding to the cultural legacies of colonialism and the human consequences of imperialism.

Situating her practice within the historiographic turn in contemporary art discourse and through her multi-disciplinary approach, she examines unrecorded and disregarded histories. She aims to determine new historical readings that counter the dominant “master narratives” of Western nationhood, identity and culture, rewriting the histories of the dominated “Other” to amplify voices which were previously rendered mute.

Recent exhibitions include Crawford Art Gallery, Cork; South London Gallery; Stanley Picker Gallery, Kingston upon Thames; Barbados Museum; Black Tower Projects, London; and as part of the Liverpool Biennial.




 Lecturer:Marianne Keating


Artist Biograhy


Marianne Keating is an Irish artist and researcher, based London. She has just completed a practice-based PhD in Visual & Material Culture and Contemporary Art Practice from Kingston University London. An MA from the Royal College of Art, London, and a BA from Limerick School of Art and Design, Ireland.


She was recently shortlisted to represent Ireland in the 2022 Venice Biennial and has exhibited extensively throughout Ireland and internationally. Recent and upcoming exhibitions include: Whitechapel Gallery, London (2022); Black Tower Projects, London (2020); the Crawford Art Gallery, Ireland (2019); RAMPA, Portugal (2019); Stanley Picker Gallery, London (2019); South London Gallery, London (2019); Barbados Museum and Historical Society, Barbados (2018).


Awards include: Arts Council Ireland, Project Award (2021); Arts Council England, DYCP Award (2021); Arts Council Ireland, Bursary Award (2021, 2020); Arts Council England, Project Award (2019); ACME Fire Station, Residency Award (2020); Archives of Us Commission, Cork City Council and Creative Ireland (2019); Percent for Art Commission, Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht and Cork City Council, Ireland (2019); Arts Council England, Project Award (2019) Irish Arts Council Travel & Training Award (2017, 2012, 2011, 2007); Royal Academy Fellowship (2013) and Embassy Tea Gallery (2013).


Residencies include: Acme Fire Station Residency, London (2020 - 2025); Fresh Milk, Barbados (2019); The Beach House Residency, Montego Bay, Jamaica (2019, 2018, 2017, 2016 2015 & 2013), The Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris, France (2012), The Centre for Fine Print Research UWE, Bristol, UK (2010), Druckswerkstatt, Kulturwerk des bbk, Berlin, Germany (2009) and Lower East Side Printshop, Manhattan, New York, USA (2007).


Collections include: the Office of Public Works, Ireland; the Royal College of Art, London; Norlinda and José Lima Collection, Portugal; Zuckerman Museum of Art, Kennesaw, GA, United States of America; Palazzo Fogazzaro, Vicenza, Italy



Artist Works



Screenprint on Paper

Dimensions 31m x 5m






Dual Screen Video and Sound, Installation View

Crawford Art Gallery, Cork





The Ocean Between

Exhibition View 1

Crawford Art Gallery, Cork





2021 International Exchange Project,Printmaking Department,
School of Fine Arts,Sichuan Fine Arts Institute
《EXPENDED PRINT MAKING》Series of Cloud Lectures



Host: The School of Fine Arts of Sichuan Fine Arts Institute
Project Chief Planner: Jiao Xingtao
Project Director: Wang Tianxiang, Wei Jia
Project Planning: Zang Liang, Lisa Chang Lee

Academic Director: Lisa Chang Lee

Project Executive: Lan Jian, Li Yichen,Zhao Yijie , Niu Zhiying, Wang Baiyun

Visual Group: Chen Yingzhu, Zhang Xixi,Ren Jiling
Interpreter: Lisa Chang Lee