Thursday, July 9, 2015


The Northbank Lighthouse is my favourite building in Dublin. It's located at the mouth of the Liffey, where the river meets the sea. I built a scaled down replica of the lighthouse for an exhibition at The Science Gallery in Trinity College. It's almost 7 metres tall and 2.3 metres wide. Internally it's set up as a one room space with a desk, a chair, book shelves and power sockets. It's furnished with several photographs, small sculptures and other artworks relating to my interest in the Liffey. Visitors to the space can use it for 30 minutes for whatever purpose they wish, to read a book, send some emails, watch a dvd or simply shut out the outside world for a while.

Friday, May 15, 2015

The Ticket

The Irish Times asked me to design and make this award for Hozier back in November 2014.

Monday, April 21, 2014

Cycling With

Cycling With is a fantastic project by Irish filmmaker and cycling enthusiast Paddy Cahill. He filmed me cycling around the Liffey recently and you can watch the piece here:

Grafton Street Commission

I entered a competition to design street furniture for Grafton St with the architect Sean Harrington. Our proposal to line the street with casts of my arm pointing towards the sky wasn't selected. 

Rewriting History: The Battle of Clontarf

Liffey Water

MONA, The World's Most Expensive Joke

I visited MONA, the museum of old and new art in Tasmania recently and wrote a feature about the space and its founder for the Irish Times which you can access by clicking here.