ISCP have awarded two artists, Aideen Barry and Barbara Knežević, to participate in the residency which will take place in the coming months and into 2023.

Each artist will spend three months in residency at ISCP in Brooklyn, New York. This residency provides the awarded artists with a high-quality studio, living stipend, travel costs, studio visits and off-site trips to museums, galleries and other cultural organisations. It supports the artist with a significant experience on a programme designed to build international networks, as well as contributing to the artistic community in a major city.

Aideen Barry is an artist based in rural Tipperary, whose work encompasses a vast range of disciplines and subjects, including domestic labour, environmental changes, and human vulnerability. She has exhibited widely throughout the world, and recently held a substantial touring exhibition at Limerick City Gallery of Art, Source Arts Centre, Thurles; and Centre Culturel Irlandais, Paris. Barry will present a lecture in Harvard University in 2023.

Barbara Knežević is an artist and educator living and working in Dublin. She recently produced a large-scale site-specific installation at Chatham and King, Dublin presented by TBG+S, as well as a solo exhibition at RHA Dublin (both 2021). In recent years she has also exhibited at VISUAL, Carlow; STATION Gallery, Melbourne; The MAC, Belfast and undertaken several major public commissions including the GPO, Dublin.