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Aisling McCoy

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Aisling McCoy is an Irish visual artist whose work looks at how we inhabit space. Her background as an architect is central to her practice, which investigates the conflict between architecture as an intellectual concept, created through images, and its translation into built form. She’s particularly interested in the ideological aspect of inhabitation and the role of both architecture and photography in constructing the ideal.

A graduate of the MFA Photography programme at the Belfast School of Art, Aisling’s work has been exhibited internationally. She is the recipient of the Arts Council of Ireland Next Generation Award, TBG+S Project Studio Award, Belfast Exposed Futures and Institut Français Cité Internationale des Arts residency award. She has been a selected artist at PhotoIreland New Irish Works and Circulations Festival de la Jeune Photographie, has been shortlisted for the Kassel Photobook Festival Dummy Award and nominated for the Prix Pictet.