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  • View of <i>Tuesday blooms</i>, 16mm and photographic installation in <i>Posing as a subject amongst subjects</i>, Maria Stenfors, London, 2011. Photo: Claire Lawrie.
  • Still image from <i>Journey to an absolute vantage point</i>, 2 channel HD video installation, 6 mins 13 secs loop, 2009.
  • Installation view of <i>Journey to an absolute vantage point</i>, 2 channel HD video installation in <i>Posing as a subject amongst subjects</i>, Maria Stenfors, London, 2011. Photo: Claire Lawrie.
  • Still from <i>Our Land</i>, single channel digital video, 13 mins 4 secs, 2008.
  • Still from <i>Il Cittadino</i>, single screen digital video, 8 mins 46 secs, 2007.
  • still from <i>Her Fanciful Digression</i>, single channel HD video, 10 mins 54 secs, 2012.

Michelle Deignan

b. 1970, Ireland
Lives and works in London, UK

View of <i>Tuesday blooms</i>, 16mm and photographic installation in <i>Posing as a subject amongst subjects</i>, Maria Stenfors, London, 2011. Photo: Claire Lawrie.
View of Tuesday blooms, 16mm and photographic installation in Posing as a subject amongst subjects, Maria Stenfors, London, 2011. Photo: Claire Lawrie.

Michelle Deignan produces single and multi channel videos, film installation, photographic and text works. They interweave facts with fictions, overlap the past with the present, the local with the global.
Her work makes reference to narrative traditions and established forms of the picturesque, combining these with filmic and theatrical devices of alienation. Michelle Deignan has exhibited her work in over 50 national and international exhibitions and festivals. Michelle has also curated exhibitions, events and screenings with variablemedia.org, 'Five Years' artists project space, London and her current curatorial project 'Moody' that explores modes of art practice that engage with interpretations of deflection, friction and resistance.

The artist was in the following exhibition:
Chekhov's Gun

Links :
http://www.michelledeignan.info/