Irene Loughlin

Irene Loughlin is a performance artist who also works in the areas of installation and video. She has studied at the Ontario College of Art and Simon Fraser University, and has attended the NSCAD studio program in Tribeca, New York. She has presented her work in various national and international contexts including the Museo de Arte Contemporaneo and the Klaus Steinmetz Gallery (San Jose, Costa Rica), The Western Front, Grunt Gallery, Xeno Gallery, Gallery Gachet, and The Society for Disability Art and Culture (Vancouver), Centre for Art Tapes (Halifax) and Projet/Projo - Studio 303 (Montreal).

Loughlin has produced several works for the Vancouver Performance Art Biennial including NADIA (2005). She has been a member of the desmedia collective over the past four years, a group of artists that facilitates peer learning workshops in video and editing skills for residents of the Downtown Eastside of Vancouver. Irene Loughlin was recently awarded the Lynch Staunton Award for mid-career work in the interdisciplinary category.

List of Works