Artist Statement / Biography.
Adrian Duncan is a Dublin based artist. His practice is based in sculpture, drawing, video and writing.
His work deals with the overlap between engineering and art, particularly in geometry and material. He investigates this through sculpture / installation.
His writing / video and drawing work is also employed to create fictional and non-fictional narratives that move from the absurd, to the historical, to the technical and the natural. These narratives are used to address cultural and conceptual issues.He studied and worked as a structural engineer, in the U.K. and Ireland for over a decade, before returning to study fine art at I.A.D.T. His work, conceptually and aesthetically can be derived from this background.
His has exhibited in CHQ, Turn-Berlin, MTSL, The Joinery, Pallas Contemporary Projects, and The Lewis Glucksman Gallery, U.C.C.
He is assistant editor of Paper Visual Art, to which he also contributes. He has written a number of commissioned essays for Some Blind Alleys and written fiction for Oh Francis.
He has provided illustration work for: The Scotsman, CandyCulture, The Paris Times, Shop, The Phoenix and Oh Francis.
For More Info Visit Adrian’s Website: www.adrianduncan.eu