Anthony Haughey (Artist; Dublin Institute of Technology)

Anthony Haughey lives and works in Ireland where he supervises practice-based PhD’s in the Dublin Institute of Technology. His art practice works from the premise of a principal situatedness of art in place and community and its connectedness through dialogic exchange. He has collaborated widely with diverse societal groups and individuals, often blurring the lines between the subject and viewer. Between 2008 and 2011 he produced a series of video installations and art interventions with The Global Migration Research Network. His work has been widely exhibited internationally, most recently in Belfast Exposed, Künstlerhaus S11, Solothurn, Switzerland, Helsinki Photography Biennial, the Copper House Gallery Dublin, New York Photography Festival and the Korea Foundation in Seoul. Monographs include The Edge of Europe (1996), Disputed Territory (2006) and an artist’s book State (2011). His work is represented in many public and private collections, including the Victoria & Albert Museum, London; the National Media Museum, Bradford; Wolverhampton Art Gallery and the Museum of Contemporary Photography, Chicago. He has also published several chapter contributions including, (2010) ‘Dislocations: Participatory Media with Refugees in Ireland and Malta’, in Goodnow, K and Skartveit, H L. (eds) Changes in Museum Practice New Media and Refugees: Forms and Issues of Participation: Berghahn Books and (2007) ‘Imaging the Unimaginable’, in Grossman, A. and O’Brien, A. (eds) Projecting Migration, Transcultural Documentary Practice, London: Wallflower Press. He is currently researching a curatorial project, for the centenary of the Dublin 1913 Lockout and editing a publication, ‘Art, Media and Contested Space’.