Lisa Freeman is a Dublin based visual artist
working across scripted performance, video, drawing and sculptural installation.
Freeman is funded by an Arts Council Bursary Award 2020 and Kildare County Council, (2016, 2017, 2019, 2020).
Recent projects include; Green Skies, A Double Rhythm, The Curragh, Kildare, October 2019 and Brows For Days, The LAB Gallery, January 2020. She has exhibited and performed in numerous spaces including the RHA Gallery Dublin, Somerset House London, Dupont Underground, Washington USA. Lisa co-directs Pivot Performance Critical Forum, based at the LAB Gallery Dublin, a platform for artists and curators to discuss interdisciplinary performance practices.
Lisa has devised and facilitated collaborative writing workshops for variety of contexts and age groups; Ealain na Nog, Dublin City Council, The Young Art Writers Programme, RHA Gallery Dublin, Dublin Learning City Festival 2019.
2020 MA Art & Research Collaboration, (1.1), IADT, Dublin, Ireland
2015 BA Fine Art (1.1), Crawford College of Art and Design, Ireland
Solo/Two Person Exhibitions & Performances
2019 Green Skies, A Double Rhythm, site-specific performance, The Curragh, Kildare
2017 Become What You Rehearse, You Deserve It, Performance Nights at Studio 6,
curated by Roisin Bohan, Temple Bar Gallery & Studios, Dublin
2015 All Our Future Conversations, with Gemma Fitzpatrick, 126 Gallery, Galway
2018 The Talk That Talks, The Lives of Artists Winter Seminar, RHA Gallery, Dublin
2018 The Talk That Talks, More Mutable Clouds, Prenzlauer Kunst Kollektiv, Berlin