Niall Dooley

Niall Dooley

07th Apr 2010 - 11th Apr 2010

Opening Wednesday at 7pm. Runs daily 11-6

Niall Dooley makes drawings of people in ordered and purposeful scenarios. Through the use of symbols and the arrangement of figures in a particular context, he refers to the irrational and paradoxical aspects of human involvement and the structure of organised society.

Through surreal settings, Dooley creates narratives and visual metaphors which highlight various aspects of contemporary society. Issues such as communication, social and environmental concerns are often addressed in his work.

Niall Dooley is an Irish artist and graduate of NCAD. He was selected by The Joinery as part of their 2010 recent graduate programme.

Niall Dooley makes drawings of people in ordered and purposeful scenarios. Through the use of symbols and the arrangement of figures in a particular context, he refers to the irrational and paradoxical aspects of human involvement and the structure of organised society. Through surreal settings, Dooley creates narratives and visual metaphors which highlight various aspects of contemporary society. Issues such as communication, social and environmental concerns are often addressed in his work. Niall Dooley is an Irish artist and graduate of NCAD. He was selected by The Joinery as part of their 2010 recent graduate programme.Niall Dooley makes drawings of people in ordered and purposeful scenarios. Through the use of symbols and the arrangement of figures in a particular context, he refers to the irrational and paradoxical aspects of human involvement and the structure of organised society. Through surreal settings, Dooley creates narratives and visual metaphors which highlight various aspects of contemporary society. Issues such as communication, social and environmental concerns are often addressed in his work. Niall Dooley is an Irish artist and graduate of NCAD. He was selected by The Joinery as part of their 2010 recent graduate programme.
Niall Dooley makes drawings of people in ordered and purposeful scenarios. Through the use of symbols and the arrangement of figures in a particular context, he refers to the irrational and paradoxical aspects of human involvement and the structure of organised society. Through surreal settings, Dooley creates narratives and visual metaphors which highlight various aspects of contemporary society. Issues such as communication, social and environmental concerns are often addressed in his work. Niall Dooley is an Irish artist and graduate of NCAD. He was selected by The Joinery as part of their 2010 recent graduate programme.Niall Dooley makes drawings of people in ordered and purposeful scenarios. Through the use of symbols and the arrangement of figures in a particular context, he refers to the irrational and paradoxical aspects of human involvement and the structure of organised society. Through surreal settings, Dooley creates narratives and visual metaphors which highlight various aspects of contemporary society. Issues such as communication, social and environmental concerns are often addressed in his work. Niall Dooley is an Irish artist and graduate of NCAD. He was selected by The Joinery as part of their 2010 recent graduate programme.Niall Dooley makes drawings of people in ordered and purposeful scenarios. Through the use of symbols and the arrangement of figures in a particular context, he refers to the irrational and paradoxical aspects of human involvement and the structure of organised society. Through surreal settings, Dooley creates narratives and visual metaphors which highlight various aspects of contemporary society. Issues such as communication, social and environmental concerns are often addressed in his work. Niall Dooley is an Irish artist and graduate of NCAD. He was selected by The Joinery as part of their 2010 recent graduate programme.