Adam Gibney’s recent work investigates technology’s effect on our surroundings and reality. Through installations that both rely on and question technology, his work highlights in a playful manner the dark undertones that exist in our technological landscape. With the growth of mass-production and the media, objects have developed a reliability on technology to define their function and value. Gibney’s work highlights the relationship between viewer, object and technology. Inherent in his new work is a need to correct technological mishaps.
Adam Gibney is a Dublin based artist who has recently completed a year-long residency in the Irish Museum of Contemporary Art. Adam works with a range of media which include sculpture, projection, sound and video. This year Adam created a solo-exhibition “Limbo-Excavated”. His work will also be featured in group shows in Cork, Marseilles and Los Angeles.
Adam also plays an organisational role in the MART collective, based in Ireland and the U.K., with which he has exhibited and taken part in shows around Europe and America.