Marilyn Lennon is an artist and lecturer. Marilyn's art practice is based on ensemble creative undertakings, it is situational, process based, durational and collaborative. Her artwork considers the complex ecologies of place. The creative outcomes are actions, artefacts, situations and sites of exchange.
Until recently she was Joint-Leader of a Taught Masters programme in social art practice (MA SPACE) at Limerick School of Art and Design (LSAD), LIT Limerick. (2010-2021). She has recently joined the Fine Art team at Crawford College of Art and Design, Munster Technical University, Cork.
She has a MA in Ceramics from the National College of Art and Design. Her doctoral research at the Interaction Design Centre with Prof Liam L. Bannon, examined the contribution artists and designers make in interdisciplinary co-design projects. More recently in 2021 she completed the ‘Commissioning and Curating Contemporary Public Art’ course at University of Gothenburg.
Sean Taylor is a socially engaged artist and educator with considerable international and national experience. Sean’s social art practice explores concepts of annual and natural cycles in nature and time. The core artistic research methodologies he employs have a strong connection to space, place, ecology and the urgent need for social action. He holds a PhD exploring Acouscenic Listening and the Creative Soundwalk and its links to the social and creative reimaging of place. He established the art and science collaboration Softday with software engineer Mikael Fernström in 1999 and continues to develop public art projects with the Softday collaboration.
He is the Joint-Leader MA in Social Practice and the Creative Environment (established in 2010 in collaboration with Marilyn Lennon) and Year 4 Lecturer on the undergraduate Sculpture & Combined Media programme, at Limerick School of Art & Design.
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