Rhona Byrne lives and works in Dublin, Ireland. Rhona makes hand-made objects, drawings, installations and collaborative, event‐based projects that explore the interactions between people and their habitat. Her projects combine sculpture, performance and processes of participation that explore a negotiation of object, place and social practice.
Recent projects and exhibitions include, Embodied Encounters, Beall Centre for Art and Technology, Irvine CA; The Play Project, Visual, Carlow; Pathways, Education Hub, Art commission, Maynooth University; A Fair Land, Irish Museum of Modern Art; Mobile Monuments, Fingal County Council Public art commission; Huddle Tests solo show at Temple Bar Gallery and Studios; Huddlewear, Facebook AIR program residency/commission; On that Note, Heart of Glass, Liverpool; Moving Thresholds, National Gallery of Ireland; Ridge, Verksmi∂jan, Hjalteyri, Iceland; It’s All up in the Air, Norfolk and Norwich Arts Festival, Uk; Bolthole, Open Studio, Tate Modern and Tate Britain, IMMA. Rhonas work is in the collections of The Irish Museum of Modern Art, Microsoft, Facebook, Fingal County Council and several private collections.