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Mark Buckeridge

Born 1991, Ireland

Lives and works in Carlow & Amsterdam

Hi@markbuckeridge.com

Education

2017- 2019, MFA Sandberg Instituut, Amsterdam, NL

2009 – 2013, BA Fine Art Crawford College of Art and Design, Cork, IE

Solo Exhibitions

2019,  Parting from the Cliff (Opera), Oude Kerk,  Amsterdam, NL

2019, ‘Casting’, Rietveld Pavilion, Gerrit Rietveld Academie, Amsterdam, NL

2016, Touring Rock Landscapes, Pallas Projects, Dublin, IE

Group Exhibitions

2019, UpcomingShow, curated by Jessica Warboys, OUTPOST Gallery, Norwich, UK

2019, Group Exhibition, rongwrong, Amsterdam, NL

2019, Take A Walk on the Wilde Side, Studium Generale, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, NL

2018, Fugue Lounge, Nevernerverland, Amsterdam, NL

2018, Mass Wasting, curated by Laure Jaffuel, Leila Arenou, De School, Amsterdam, NL

2018, Assessment, curated by Suzanne Van de Ven, Radion, Amsterdam, NL

2018, Platform 2018, curated by Sharon Murphy, Draíocht, Blanchardstown, Dublin, IE

2017, Everything left unspoken is the title, De Punt, Amsterdam, NL

2017, Tree Line Project, curated by Mary Cremin & Oonagh Young, Liberty Park, Dublin, IE

2017, This is tomorrow, CCTV 17, Regents Trading Estate, Manchester, UK

2017, All Choir, curated by Roisin Bohan, Temple Bar Gallery + Studios, Dublin, IE

2017, Meanwhile, curated by Aideen Quirke, Wandesford Quay Gallery, Cork, IE

2016, The End, SOMA Contemporary, Waterford, IE

2016, Flexibilism, curated by Edel O’Reilly, Catalyst Arts, Belfast, UK

2016, 186 Annual Exhibition, Royal Hibernian Academy, Dublin, IE

2015, Dream Come True, University of Salford, Manchester, UK

2015, Between seeing and blindness, curated by Billy Dante, Tactic, Cork, IE

2014, How to write a pop song, A5 zine, Temple Bar Gallery (Book Fair), Dublin, IE

2014, Instructions for electronic station, James Barry Centre, Cork, IE

2014, I could use a knife but I won’t, Collaborations 2014, Smock Alley Theatre, Dublin, IE

2013, The Postcard Show, Sirius Arts Centre, Cobh, IE

2013, Origins, LCA, Waterford, IE

2013, Liminal, Crawford Degree Show, CCAD, Cork, IE

2013, Ground Yourself, Record Launch, Wandesford Quay Gallery, Cork, IE

2012, I, Blueprint Gallery, Eigse Arts Festival, Carlow, IE

2012, Listed, FÁS Building, Cork, IE

Performances

2019, Jun 13th, Oude Kerk, Amsterdam, NL

2019, Mar 27th, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, NL

2018, Nov 28th, Paradiso, Amsterdam, NL

2018, May 20th, De School, Amsterdam, NL

2018, April 4th, Sociëteit Ramses Shaffy Huis, Amsterdam, NL

2018, Dec 15th, Sandberg Instituut, Amsterdam, NL

2017, April 29th, Temple Bar Gallery, Dublin, IE

2017, Jul 13th, Caustic Coastal, Manchester, UK

2017, Aug 5th, Liberty Park, Dublin, IE

2016, May 28th, Visual Centre for Contemporary Art Carlow, IE

2016, June 2nd, Catalyst Arts, Belfast, UK

2015, Dec 15th, The Triskel Arts Centre, Cork, IE

2015, June 17th, University of Salford, Manchester, UK

2014, Mar 2nd, Smock Alley Theatre, Dublin, IE

2014, June 17th, Whelan’s, Dublin, IE

2013, May 16th, The Pavilion, Cork, IE

2013, June 13th, Crawford College of Art and Design, IE

2013, Nov 21st, LCA, Waterford, IE

2012, Oct 23rd, Wandesford Quay Gallery, Cork, IE

Discography

2017, Coastal Sunshine, CD, Album

2015, So Long, CD, Single

2014, Talking is good for you, CD, EP

2013, I could use that but I won’t, Cassette

2012, Ground Yourself, CD

Residencies

2018, Residency at De School, Amsterdam, NL

2013, Residency at EMS Elektronmusikstudion, Stockholm, SE

Prizes / Grants

2018, Artlinks Artist Bursary Award, Carlow County Council, IE

2017, Artlinks Emerging Artist Bursary Award, Carlow County Council, IE

2013, CIT, Development Bursary, IE

Press

2019, Review, Fenna Schilling, Metropolis M

2018, Concert Series, Des Kenny, Platform

2017, All Choir, Sarah Muthi, In: Action Ireland

2013, I could use a knife but I won’t, Aidan Dunne, The Irish Times

Talks

2019, Take a Walk on the Wild Side: Fabulating Alternative Imaginaries in Art & Life, Studium Generale, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam