Dennis McNulty's work explores the relationship between embodied knowledge and other forms of knowledge, often in the context of the built environment.
His approach is informed by his experience as a musician and sound researcher, and his studies in psychoacoustics and structural engineering. He is currently Artist in Residence at CONNECT, Ireland's research centre for future networks and communications, where he is an active member of the Orthogonal Methods Group.
Recent shows include:
TTOPOLOGY, VISUAL, Carlow (2018)[solo]; Homo Gestalt, Liverpool Biennial (2016); IMMA Collection: A Decade, Irish Museum of Modern Art (2016); LIAF: Disappearing Acts, Lofoten, Norway (2015); Relaxation Time, Hmn, London (2015); A Leisure Complex, Collective, Edinburgh/Carnoustie (2014)[solo]; PROTOTYPES, Limerick City Gallery of Art, Ireland (2014)[solo].