Clodagh Emoe


Clodagh Emoe’s works, which often take place in a collective setting, are underpinned by an in-between or “other” temporality or state. Projects have been commissioned and shown internationally, including We Are and Are Not, The Model, Sligo (2015); The Things We See, 9th Taipei Biennial (2014); An Exercise in Seeing, Red Cross Forest, Wicklow (2013); Proposition 7, The National Art Studio, Seoul; Parodos, Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin (2012); Psychic Sleep and Collective Thought, Hugh Lane Municipal Gallery (2012), dOCUMENTA 13, Kassel (2012) and Catalyst Arts, Belfast (2013); and Metaphysical Longings (2014). Collaborative projects include Mystical Anarchism, with Simon Critchley.