Domo Baal in conversation with Maud Cotter
Speaking of Which is a series of talks at The Dock between artists, researchers, curators, policy makers and philosophers. Informal and informative they bring artists and thinkers together.
Domo Baal opened her gallery DOMOBAAL in 2000 in central London and has to date held over 130 exhibitions focussing in the main on new work by represented artists, with occasional forays into curated group projects. Gallery artists work in all mediums, and range across all age-groups, nationalities and genders. Exhibitions and projects are frequently supported by publications that range from formal monographs in collaboration with public institutions, to handmade artists’ books, and sometimes beermats. All gallery artists exhibit internationally and as well as in the public sector and with other independent galleries too. The gallery program and all the artists are entirely supported by sales to the private and public sector as well on occasion grant-awarding bodies.
Maud Cotter lives and works in Cork. She is a graduate and Adjunct Faculty Member of the Crawford Municipal College of Art and Design, Cork, Ireland. Cotter has lectured in Art and Architectural Colleges in Europe and America. She is co-founder of the National Sculpture Factory and a member of Aosdana.
a consequence of – a breather of air is the second iteration of a body of work as an assertion of autonomous practice, a flow which follows a natural course of development through the three venues: Limerick City Gallery of Art - 2018, The Dock - 2019, and Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane – 2020.