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AiR Cliodhna Timoney

Together with ArtLink, we are excited to announce AiR Cliodhna Timoney’s arrival from Ireland as part of our International Residency Exchange. Whilst at EE, Cliodhna plans to create soundscapes and images in response to the subterranean and deep time within the Anthropocene.Cliodhna will also be researching local folklore, myths and tales in relation to the sea and island, if you have any stories you would like to share, please do get in contact via Instagram @c_timoney or email You are also welcome to come into Eastern Edge in person to speak with Cliodhna if you would like. She will be at EE most days, but you can definitely find her on Wednesday afternoons from 12-4 in the studio for the next three weeks.

Cliodhna Timoney combines elements from mediums such as drawing, photography, sculpture, video and sound to create theatrical and highly orchestrated environments that investigate various subjects such as place, memory, folklore and vernacular culture, performativity and the nonhuman.

Cliodhna Timoney graduated from Visual Arts Practice, Dun Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design and Technology in 2015 and the MFA in Fine Art Sculpture from The Slade School of Fine Art, London in 2020. Recent exhibitions include TURAS, Regional Cultural Centre, Letterkenny (2021), Grass Roots, Muine Bheag Arts, Carlow (2021), The Slade School of Fine Art Degree Showcase, Online (2020),The Last Great Album of the Decade, The Lab, Dublin (2019). Timoney was awarded The Felix Slade Scholarship 2018-2020 and The Claire Winsten Memorial Award 2020. She is currently a resident with The Fire Station Artists Studio’s Dublin through the FSAS Residential Award until 2023; and throughout October and November 2021, Timoney will be on a research residency with Eastern Edge Gallery in St Johns, Newfoundland through The International Atlantic Residency Exchange Award.