Laura Ní Fhlaibhín

2020 - 2022

Mirrored Landscape, 2019

Mirrored Landscape, 2019

Laura Ní Fhlaibhín combines myth, personal recollection and oral histories through sculptural elements and writing. Her work often draws upon modes of care – of self and others, humans and animals, objects and materials. She completed her MFA at Goldsmiths, University of London in 2019 and her BA at the National College of Art and Design, Dublin in 2013. Recent exhibitions have included Caol Áit, Burren College of Art, Ireland, 2019; Deptford X, London, 2018; Tulca Festival of Visual Arts, Galway, 2018; Water jets were used on the four corners of the building, Newington Art Space, London, 2018; a speech that showed the chair in the middle, Enclave, London, 2018; Dodecagon, Space Union, Seoul, 2017; Lamellae, The Lab, Dublin, 2016. She is the current recipient of Goldsmiths MFA Graduate Almacantar Studio Bursary Award, and Burren College of Art Emerging Irish Artist Residency award.


Image: Mirrored Landscape 

The marvel of charging with hoisted flags

On steel points

They travel across a mirrored landscape

Of exhumed shards that refract and tell.


Materials: Welded stainless steel, latex filled with water and water infused from a holy well in Wexford, shocked glass and turmeric soap. 

Date: 2019