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Mick Wilson

Mick Wilson is an artist, writer and educator. He is Head of Fine Art at DIT. From the mid-1990s to 2000, he produced a series of one-person shows and projects including: Trains Made Mary Vague, Temple Bar Gallery & Studios (2000); The Tuileries Incident, Hugh Lane Gallery, Dublin (1999); The Medium’s Project, Temple Bar/various (1998); Athman Ben Salah: On Loss, Triskel, Cork (1997). He returned to art-making, after a break of several years, with his participation in the group exhibitions Float (2007) New York curated by Sara Reisman; and Blackboxing (2007) curated by Tessa Giblin at the Project Arts Centre, Dublin; and Coalesce: Happenstance (2009) curated by Paul O’Neill at SmartProject Space, Amsterdam.

More recently, he has exhibited in a two-person show with Isabel Nolan, Reach Out and Touch Faith (2009) curated by Vaari Claffey at Gallery For One, Dublin; and in the group show Something Else (2009) at Roth House, Kilkenny curated by Aisling Prior. Recently published work includes: ‘Dear Reader: Of Private and Public Writing’, ArtMonitor, SW (2010); ‘Cultural Research for New Urbanisms’, Derive, AU (2010); Co-edited with Paul O’Neill, Curating and the Educational Turn De Appel/Open Editions, Amsterdam/London (2010). ‘The Event’, in Claire Doherty and David Cross (eds) One Day Sculpture Kerber (2009). ‘What is Conceptual Art?’ IMMA (2009). ‘Four Theses Attempting to Revise the Terms of a Debate’ in Elkins, James (ed.) Artists with Ph.D.s: On the New Doctoral Degree in Studio Art, New Academia Publishing, LLC (2009) ‘Emergence’ (with Paul O’Neill) Nought to Sixty, ICA, London (2009) pp. 241–245. ‘You talkin’ to me? Why art is turning to education?’ (with Paul O’Neill) Nought to Sixty, ICA, London (2009) pp. 147–154 (edited text of a public seminar at the ICA, London, July, 2008.

Keywords:  artist, writer, curating, education

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