Lisa Freeman is a visual artist working across scripted performance, moving image, text, drawing and installation. She investigates content from archives, mainstream media and local knowledge to explore representation and precarious economies of labour. Through employing intimacy as a form of resistance, Freeman aims to reveal social anxieties along with deeper economic and power structures.

Freeman is supported by an Arts Council of Ireland Project Award (2022), Bursary Award (2022, 2020), Agility Award (2021) and Kildare County Council (2016-21).

Recent projects include; Slipped, Fell and Smacked My Face off The Dance Floor, four days of site-specific performances with Mermaid Arts Centre, Bray, Wicklow, (June 2022), Brows For Days, The LAB Gallery Dublin, (January 2020) and Green Skies, A Double Rhythm, The Curragh, Kildare, with Riverbank Arts Centre, (October 2019). She has exhibited and performed site-specifically and in gallery spaces including the RHA Gallery Dublin, Somerset House London, Prenzlauer Kunst Kollektiv Berlin and Solas Nua, Washington USA.

Freeman has devised and facilitated ‘Collaborative Language-Making’ writing and performance workshops for a variety of contexts and age groups; Ealain na Nog, Dublin City Council, The Young Art Writers Programme, RHA Gallery Dublin and Dublin Learning City Festival 2019 at The LAB Gallery.