On this month’s episode of Artists on Writers | Writers on Artists, the sculptor and set up artist talks with the novelist about how they first found their chosen artwork types; in regards to the unsure paths lower in pursuit of a artistic life; and find out how to negotiate that unusual transition from making work in non-public to speaking about it in public. O’Malley is representing Ireland on the 59th Venice Biennale, which opens to the general public on April 23. Bennett’s newest novel, Checkout 19 (Riverhead Books), is offered in bookstores.
Artists on Writers | Writers on Artists brings collectively luminaries within the fields of artwork and literature to have the conversations they themselves want to have. This month-to-month video sequence is a joint manufacturing of Artforum and Bookforum.
Born in County Mayo, Eire, Niamh O’Malley presently lives and works in Dublin, Eire and works with shifting picture alongside sculptural supplies comparable to glass, wooden metallic and stone. O’Malley, with Temple Bar Gallery + Studios because the curator, will characterize Eire on the 59th Venice Artwork Biennale in 2022. A publication with new writings by Brian Dillon, Lizzie Lloyd and Eimear McBride will accompany the exhibition within the Irish Pavilion on the Arsenale, Venice.
Claire-Louise Bennett is the creator of Pond (Riverhead, 2016), Fish Out Of Water (Juxta Press, 2020), and Checkout 19 (Riverhead, 2022). She is presently writing an essay about Louise Bourgeois and psychoanalysis, and can be showing on the Bay Space E-book Competition in Berkeley, California, which runs from Might 7–8.