Alisha Doody is a visual artist living and working in Dublin. Her practice is centered on issues relating to contemporary society and is focused on understanding how this relates to person, space, and home. Her working methods are fluid and concerned with the interplay of medium and subject. 

 

SOLO EXHIBITIONS:

2017

HTFM – Atrium Bar, Backstage Theatre, Co. Longford

 

GROUP EXHIBITIONS:

2017

Liminal Acts – Gallery of Photography, Dublin.

Gradex DIT – Grangegorman, Dublin.

2016
How to Flatten a Mountain – Rathfarnham Castle, Dublin.

2015
Seeing Voices – Chocolate Factory, Dublin.

2014
Graduate Exhibition – Steambox, Dublin.

 

RESIDENCIES:

2016
How to Flatten a Mountain – Cow House Studios, Co. Wexford.

 

OTHER:

2017

Presentation of work at European Lesbian* Conference – Vienna, Austria

Presentation of works and panel discussion at Lesbian Lives Conference – LGBT Queer Life Research Hub, University of Brighton