Lynda Devenney

Lynda Devenney is a lecturer in the area of Moving Image on the BA Art program. She is currently a PhD practice researcher in the School of Fine Art at Glasgow School of Art.

Exhibitions

Year
Paradoxical Properties, Dunamaise Arts Centre, Port Laoise2018
Play Record Rewind, Engine Room Gallery, Belfast2015
Concrete Consciousness, Ballina Arts Centre, Co. Mayo2011
Transference, Monstertruck Gallery + Broadstone Studios Gallery [REC] Black Church Print Gallery, Dublin2011
Force Majeure / ISEA 2009 - The LAB Dublin - Ireland 2009
Reading the city - Ev+a, Limerick2009

Lectures/Conferences

Year
The First International Conference of Ultimology, Trinity Long Room Hub, Trinity College Dublin2016
13th ELIA Biennial Conference Glasgow. Paper and presentation2014
11th ELIA Biennial Conference Nantes. Paper and presentation2010

Awards + Achievements

Year
Arts Council of Ireland, Visual Arts Bursary2011
Arts Council of Ireland, Visual Arts Bursary2010

Research

Lynda Devenney’s research and practice encompasses film, sculpture, sound and performance to investigate the function and form of objects and the structural ambivalence between real and illusionary space.

Devenney questions the relationship of the object in the ‘real’ world and its function of producing an image on screen to consider the crossover between physical and digital spaces.

Her practice engages immersion and participation in constructed art installation viewing spaces that involve both moving image and sculptural forms. Her work is informed by the basic elements of moving image construction and influenced by the illusory constructs found in cinema, theatre and television.