Lauren Kelly is an Irish visual artist specialising in performance, exploring ways in which people are oppressed in public and private spaces with a montage of research into body politics. Her work confronts difficult questions of authority and power.
Recently she completed a BA degree in Sculpture and Expanded Practice in the National College of Art and Design. Her work manifests into live performance, video, photography, sculpture, and social engagement. Working and aiming to bring her practice into what can be referred to as a social sculpture. She is a socialist feminist activist that works with activist group ROSA as part of her practice. The work is activism-based fighting for equality in Irish politics through the unlimited landscape of performance art. Her work can be found at rallies and protests as well as in traditional art settings.