Beata Daly



I am an emerging Polish artist living and working in Dublin since 2008. Whilst regarding painting as my primary medium, my other works vary and consist of (bio-) land art, installations, photography,video, artistic books and visual poetry. From the beginning of my culture studies the main concern was ecology of thoughts. Our interconnectedness and how we respond to difficult knowledge.Through my artistic and educational practice, methodology has developed based on exchange and reciprocity. My recent project At the Borderland (House at the Borderland) which was originally inspired by Wiliam Hope Hodgson's book–came to fruition during latest residency in Aras Eanna, Inis Oirr, Aran Islands (Oct/Nov 2017) was on show in solo exibition in January 2018 and group in Liverpool, February 2018.

on art mostly:

on education and educational practise:





2008-2009 Oxford University, Continuing Education, Understanding Modern Art. 

2004-2005 Trinity College Dublin, TRIARC, History of Art in Irish Context. 

1994-1999 University of Zielona Gora, Poland. Fine Arts Education. Master Degree, 

1990-1993 Radom College, Poland. Diploma in Multimedia Education, B.A. 





and recent participations :


2018 Feb, THRESHOLDS: THE ADJACEMENT POSSIBLE, Not Just Collective, The Tapestry, Liverpool (g) 

2018 Jan, AT THE BORDERLAND exhibition @Black Box, Green Room; Belfast (s) 

2017 Oct/Nov Artist in Residence, Aran Islands (s) 

2017  September, Notes from the Heart of the City- Curatorial Project, IRL (solo)+(group) 

2017 (05/05-01.06) Illumination in Purkinje Shift, Gallery Project M @MottAttoM, Geneva, Switzerland (s)

2016 Dublin Art Book Fair, Temple Bar Gallery+Studios, 10-13 November (g)

2016 Artwaves, Skerries, work called "Tuada De" was selected for People Award.

2016 Lucky Boat. Abbey Studios Dublin, Culture Night, exhibition and performance. 

2015 Landscape Artist of the Year 2015, participation in Sky Arts Program. 

2013 NEST workshop for young children and Land Art installation. Trinity College. 

2012 KANTOR Land Art in Trinity College Dublin. 

2010 Trinity Visual, Oisin Gallery Dublin. Feeder Reviewed by Seán Kissane at the openning. 

2009 FEEDER- Land Art in Trinity College football/rugby/cricket ground. 

2008 BOOK Land Installation, Trinity College. 

2006 Our Believes, Waterstones Gallery, Dublin.