Jennie Guy

Jennie Guy is an artist, curator and educator based in Dublin. Her practice embraces visual, textual, performance, and event-based output. Guy's work interrogates the rituals surrounding artistic production, seeking alternate modes of observation and response. She is the founder and director of Art School, a platform that establishes new interfaces between contemporary art and sites of education. Through Art School, she develops workshop and residency programmes that unite artists, students, and educators in partnership and research exchanges, both nationally and internationally. These projects generate collaborative art-works, exhibitions, screenings and publications, while remaining primarily invested in exploring artistic process and decisive interventions within educational curricula. Building on the momentum developed through Art School, Guy curated the EVA 2018 schools programme. In 2016 Guy launched Artists’ Exercises with Stine Marie Jacobsen, providing an online platform for distributing fragments of artists’ educational strategies featuring contributions from over fifty international artists. Guy is Manager of Programme and Operation of Fire Station Artists’ Studios in Dublin and is currently curating a series of major public art commissions in Dublin and Wicklow. As curator in residence with Rua Red Arts Centre she curated the exhibitions Field Recording (2018) and It's Very New School (2017). She has been a member of The Enquiry Reading Group, The Graduate School of Creative Arts and Media (GradCAM) since 2009.

 

Contents

YouTube

Artists' Exercises

Contact

CV

 

Art School

About Art School

Bead Game

The Masterplan

Other* Other? Other!

Playing

Magnetic Fields

 

Works

JG → AP → JG

How to See Clearly from a Distance

Are we still having this conversation?

Lucia and Sam

Reading Ensemble III

Life is Beautiful

Selected Crônicas

i don’t want to eat alone

Reading Ensemble II

Melancholy Park

Reading Ensemble

Souvenir / No Soul For Sale

Live Stock Reading

Boys Before Flowers

The Cardinal’s Pears or Maybe the Abbott’s Snails

gelijkheid égalité equality

Questions and Answers

My Night of Passion With Studio 6

Just Tell Me The Truth

post·lude

A Salon

Silent Text

 

Curatorial

Mobile Art School

Apply Within: Experience Essential

Gracelands ‘How To’ Readings

Gracelands 2011

Gracelands 2009

Nim Kruasaeng and a friend

 

Writing

Opening a Fissure / Filling a Void

Contributions to The How Not to Cookbook by Aleksandra Mir

Contribution to Inquiries into Curatorial Practice

From Curator to Curator

Start to Finish

A Platform for Possibility

the land – The V Precepts – Palais de Tokyo

Nalini Malani in Conversation with Jennie Guy

Brain Patterns

Alice Maher: Bestiary

 


 

Jennie Guy

Jennie Guy is an artist, curator and educator based in Dublin. Her practice embraces visual, textual, performance, and event-based output. Guy's work interrogates the rituals surrounding artistic production, seeking alternate modes of observation and response. She is the founder and director of Art School, a platform that establishes new interfaces between contemporary art and sites of education. Through Art School, she develops workshop and residency programmes that unite artists, students, and educators in partnership and research exchanges, both nationally and internationally. These projects generate collaborative art-works, exhibitions, screenings and publications, while remaining primarily invested in exploring artistic process and decisive interventions within educational curricula. Building on the momentum developed through Art School, Guy curated the EVA 2018 schools programme. In 2016 Guy launched Artists’ Exercises with Stine Marie Jacobsen, providing an online platform for distributing fragments of artists’ educational strategies featuring contributions from over fifty international artists. Guy is Manager of Programme and Operation of Fire Station Artists’ Studios in Dublin and is currently curating a series of major public art commissions in Dublin and Wicklow. As curator in residence with Rua Red Arts Centre she curated the exhibitions Field Recording (2018) and It's Very New School (2017). She has been a member of The Enquiry Reading Group, The Graduate School of Creative Arts and Media (GradCAM) since 2009.

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