Grace Weir
Grace Weir is an artist whose work ranges from film and video art to photographic, painting, installation or web projects and lecture-performances.

One particular area of Weir’s work is her unique approach to research, based on encounters with specifics such as certain objects, books, artworks; particular locations and source archives or from conversations with philosophers, scientists or practitioners from other disciplines. She has a particular interest in unfolding trajectories in our identity from these encounters through our experience of
time and space, and the corresponding relationship to concepts of memory and record, reality and representation within our perception of history and the future. She had made over 30 artist films and video works, underpinned by the particular entities, locations and theories under her scrutiny, whether cultural, scientific, or philosophical.

Creating a dialogue between the nature of ideas and the ways in which thinking is materialised, the works frequently refer to the act of making and the mediums in which they are made, including where time itself forms the work.

Grace Weir
represented Ireland at the 49th International Venice Biennale and has exhibited widely nationally and internationally. She was an Artist-in-Residence in Trinity College Dublin (2012-2015) and had a major solo exhibition '3 different nights, recurring' at the Irish Museum of Modern Art (2015-2016). In 2019 she was commissioned by The Institute of Physics (UK and Ireland) to create an installation 'Time Tries All Things' for the inaugural show in their gallery in London. She held a solo exhibition 'The history of light' at Solstice Arts Centre in Ireland (2023) and a solo show 'For every line, a point not on it' at Galleria Alessandra Bonomo in Rome, Italy (2023-2024).
Reviews and Interviews:
Bentivegna, Marco & Meinzer, Nina, The wings of time, Nature Physics 15 , 305–305, April 2019
Carey-Kent, Paul, Recommended London Art Exhibitions, ArtLyst, February 2019
Tipton, Gemma, Time Tries All Things, The Irish Times, Feb 16 2019
Brooks, Michael,
Time Tries All Things, New Scientist, Jan 30 2019
Westall, Mark, Interview, Fad Magazine, Jan 21 2019
Hall, Tom,
Radio Interview, Monocle Weekly, Issue 498, Jan 20 2019
Gibbons, Gertrude,
Special Insert - Lost in Spoleto, Soanyway magazine, Volume 2 Issue Two, Jan 2019
Broome, Henry, Studio International, Nov 2017
Gilchrist, Kylie,
ArtForum Critics’ Picks, Oct 2017
Harbison, Isobel, Frieze magazine, April 2016
McKee, Francis,
Critical response, IMMA Talks, March 2016
Tipton, Gemma,
Weir science: a stellar artistic voyage that poses big questions, The Irish Times, January 21, 2016
Tipton, Gemma,
ArtForum Critic’s Picks 2016
Kelly-Murphy, Aidan,
LeCool Dublin, Dec 2015
Down by the Dougie,
Grace Weir at the IMMA, Dec 2 2015
Point 101,
Artist of the Month - Grace Weir, Nov 15 2015
In conversation with Sam Thorne and Rachael Thomas, 3 different nights, recurring, IMMA Talks, 2015
Neil, Ken,
Grace Weir in ‘Time Out of Mind: Works from the IMMA Collection’, 2012
Lack, Jessica, 
Artist of the week, 39, The Guardian, 2009
AAI, Mulhall, Stephen (Editor), Building Material, Art and Architecture, Issue 19, 2009
Garvey, Jane,
Radio 4 Woman’s hour interview, 2007
Woodger, Clint, Artlink, Vol 24 no. 4, 2004
Santacatterina, Stella, Flash Art, July-September, 2003
Huffman, Kathy Rae, Grace Weir: A Fine Line, Cornerhouse, Manchester, catalogue, 2003
Groom, Simon, Flights of Reality, Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge, catalogue, 2002
Clancy, Luke, ArtReview, July/August , 2002
Tan, Eugene, Contemporary, January, 2002
Dunne, Aidan, The Irish Times, July 9, 2002
Murphy, Patrick T. La Biennale de Venezia, 49th Esposizione Internazionale D’Arte, catalogue, 2001
Lillington, Karlin, Clouds, Wired magazine, Nov 2001
Tipton, Gemma, Circa No. 96, 2001
Griffin, Tim, The Grotesqueness of Desire, insideART Gallery, Chicago, catalogue, 2000
Dunne, Aidan, The Irish Times, September 28, 2000
Lauterbach, Ann, Tracking (in search of objects), Artemesia Gallery, Chicago, catalogue, 2000
Sheridan, Noel,  Around now. Royal Hibernian Academy, Dublin, catalogue, 2000
Ruane, Medb, The Sunday Times (UK), October 1, 2000
Hutchinson, John, Utopias, Douglas Hyde Gallery, catalogue, 1999

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