Adam Gibney is a Dublin based artist who engages with sound, electronics and sculpture as a means to unravel the impossibilities in understanding key elements of our objective reality. His practice often deals with the philosophical implications of knowledge generated by Science and Philosophy and their points of intersection.
Sound-manipulation, electronic design and computer programming act as catalyst for digesting the philosophical conundrums that his practice investigates.

Adam was the recipient of several awards including the Aileen MacKeogh Award (awarded to the most outstanding, creative student in IADT) and the Siamsa Tíre Emerging Artist Award. He has exhibited both nationally and internationally. Adam’s most recent solo exhibitions include Projective Verse 9: Deep Breadths (Daegu Foundation of Culture, 2017) and Euclid, I miss you…(Artbox, 2016). Other recent and notable exhibitions include Scaffold (The Bomb Factory, 2019), The Voyage (CB1 Gallery, 2016) and Futures (Royal Hibernian Academy, 2014). In 2016, Adam represented Ireland in the V Moscow Biennale for Young Art – Deep Inside.

In 2019, Adam launched his first public art project, Your Seedling Language, in St. Catherine’s School, Rush, Co. Dublin. He is currently working towards a solo exhibition for The Oonagh Young Gallery and a public art commission for Fingal County Council’s Infrastructure programme.