Gareth Byrne (b. Dublin, Ireland) works mainly with site-responsive installations and sculptural assemblages. The places he chooses to research and explore directly connect with him, often melding a biographical/political interplay and focusing on issues such as class, identity, and ecology in the here and now. Works consist of natural, industrial, and found materials, sculpture, photography, sound/video, and text. Completed works combine these elements to create dynamic installations. Experimentation and arrangement are key to Byrne’s practice, utilised to expand and activate the relational potentialities of materials gathered from our environment.



2016 – 2021 BA(Hons) Fine Art, Technological University Dublin



2021 ‘TUD Graduate Exhibition’, East Quad, Dublin (“Frameworks”, sculpture acquired by the Office of Public Works, for accession to the state art collection, and to be located at the Botanical Gardens Dublin).

2020 ‘Still Life’ The Attic, Dublin

2019 ‘Metaphysics’ Farmleigh, Phoenix Park

2018 ‘Convergence’ North House, Grangegorman, Dublin

2017 ‘Polyphony’ North House, Grangegorman, Dublin



2018 ‘Notes for a Performance (Re)Visioning a Smokey Meeting’ by Louise Adkins & Nikolai Duffy, Temple Bar Gallery + Studios.



2019 ‘Living Room’ Group Exhibition, North House, Grangegorman, Dublin
Exhibition Curator

2019 The Green on Red Gallery, Park Lane, Spencer Dock, Dublin 1
Gallery Assistant

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