Adam Gibney is an interdisciplinary artist with numerous awards that include the Aileen MacKeogh Award, the Siamsa Tíre Emerging Artist Award, the IMOCA graduate residency award, and the Arts Council Visual Arts Bursary award. His solo exhibitions include Can you breathe for me? (Oonagh Young Gallery, Dublin, 2021 and The Dock, 2022), Projective Verse 9: Deep Breadths (Daegu Foundation of Culture, South Korea, 2017) and Euclid, I miss you…(Artbox, Dublin, 2016). Other notable exhibitions include I am sitting in a room (Solstice Arts Centre, Navan, 2022), Embracing (The Lab Gallery, Dublin 2022), Scaffold (The Bomb Factory, London, 2019), The Voyage (CB1 Gallery, Los Angeles, 2016) and Futures (Royal Hibernian Academy, Dublin, 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 was commissioned to create a temporary public art project for Graft, a project curated by both the Glucksman Gallery and the National Sculpture Factory and he is currently working on a public art project for Fingal County Council.
Adam has recently completed a practice-based research master’s degree at the Technological University of Dublin. Drawing on his interdisciplinary approach to technology in fine art, interaction design, and emerging media practices, he has lectured at several universities, including the Technological University of Dublin, The National College of Art and Design, and The University of Limerick.