Adrian Duncan and Feargal Ward

Adrian Duncan and Feargal Ward

The Soil Became Scandinavian (research image), digital photograph, 2017



Adrian Duncan (b. 1978, Ireland) is an artist and writer based in Ireland and Berlin. His visual-art work is primarily installation-based, most often using photography, video, and sculpture. His writing has been published by frieze (UK), the Times Literary Supplement (UK), Art & the Public Sphere (UK), the Dublin Review, Architecture Ireland, gorse, and the Irish Times, among others. He is co-editor of Paper Visual Art Journal (IRL/DE).


Feargal Ward (b. 1976, Ireland) is a filmmaker and artist based in Ireland and Berlin. His practice involves collaborations with other artists and filmmakers. His most recent feature-length film, The Lonely Battle of Thomas Reid, premiered in the main competition at IDFA Amsterdam in 2017. His previous feature, Yximalloo (co-directed with Tadhg O’Sullivan), premiered at FID Marseille where it won the Prix Premier in 2014. From 2007 to 2014, he was co-director, with Miranda Driscoll, of The Joinery art space in Dublin.

Supported by an Arts Council Project Award





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