07.07.22 - 28.08.22
Exhibiting Future Primal (2018), PhotoIreland Festival, Dublin.
03.06.22 - 11.09.22
TERRA INFIRMA, Kunsthaus Kaufbeuren, Germany.
Nathalie Grenzhaeuser | Magdalena Jetelovà | Clare Langan
Exhibiting The Heart of a Tree, The Floating World and Flight from the City (Photographs and Films)
The Works Presents with John Kelly, RTÉ One
What inspires and drives the creative mind? John Kelly returns to RTÉ One with five new episodes of The Works Presents, which explore this very question - his guests include innovative musicians, visually stunning film-makers, well-loved writers, unique composers and performers as well as politically-driven artists - watch now, via RTÉ Player.
RHA 192nd Annual Exhibition
Winner of The Progressive Vision Curtin O' Donoghue Photography Prize
Exhibiting The Heart of a Tree, Photograph
STILL (Chapter 4), Studies on Moving Image, Fondazione In Between Art Film.
Teresa Castro, associate professor in Film Studies at the University Bonne Nouvelle, examines The Heart of a Tree (2020). In "The Earthbound, or The Heart of a Tree", Castro situates Langan's film in a wider conversation about the speculative possibilities of science fiction in imagining humanity's future amidst the major threats posed by the environmental crises facing the world.
25.11.21 - 2022
'River' by Clare Langan, Living Canvas, Wilton Park, Dublin: https://www.iput.com/clare-langan/
Video: Documented by Ellen Duffy and edited by Chloe Austin.
'River' screens as part of 'Living Canvas', Dublin City's new cultural initiative by IPUT which establishes new ways of exhibiting artworks in large scale outdoor installations. 'River', screening at Wilton Park, Dublin 2, is a moving-image video installation which was originally commissioned by Maynooth University of Ireland as a permanent artwork for the Eolas Building.
This project is being run by IPUT Real Estate in partnership with Dublin City Council and in collaboration with Royal Hibernian Academy and the Museum of Literature Ireland. Artists include: John Beattie, Clare Langan, Barbara Knezevic, Aideen Barry, Alan Butler, Bassam Al-Sabah, Ailbhe Ni Bhriain and Alan Gilsenan.