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we should worry 2015

Conjured from inert and defunct matter, SUZANNE O'HAIRE’s work manifests itself through a series of initiations and metaphorical elements. Arrangements of acrobatically stacked, bundled or tentatively balanced forms are instilled with personal narratives and references from the mundane to the esoteric; however, these need not define the work. What she is curious about is how work may toy or create a tension with how it is read, from say the seemingly flirty to a more unsettling or sinister underbelly.


Suzanne O’Haire works primarily with domestic-scale sculptural assemblage.


She studied at Camberwell College of Arts UAL in 2010 and 1990.

Recent exhibitions/awards include: 

manic panic (solo), Pallas Projects, Dublin (2021),

ABCOA: Artists’ Book Cooperative (international network) (2021), IMMA International Residency, Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin (2019), TIME after [ (  ) ] after TIME: The Briggait, Glasgow (2019), peck o’ trouble (solo), The Regency Town House, Brighton (2018), Exeter Contemporary Open selected by Kristian Day, Alys Williams and Matt Burrows, Exeter Phoenix (2017), Europa, Transition Gallery, London (2016), Then Me, John Marchant Gallery in association with Eagle Gallery and Emma Hill, London and Galerie Simpson, Swansea (2016), Creekside Open selected by Richard Deacon, A.P.T Gallery, London (2015).



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