Anthony Haughey

Anthony Haughey was appointed Senior Research Fellow in Fine Art at the Interface Research Centre for Art Design & Technologies at the University of Ulster in 2005. He was previously Head of the Department of Media at the Dublin Institute of Technology. His research and audio-visual artworks have been exhibited, published and collected internationally, most recently the installation Resolution, was acquired for the permanent collection of Wolverhampton Art Gallery.

His recent publication, Disputed Territory, is the culmination of his project on post-conflict countries in Europe, including Ireland, Bosnia and Kosovo. His chapter contribution, Imaging the Unimaginable will be published in Projecting Migrations, Transnational Documentary Practice, a forthcoming Wallflower Press Publication and DVD-ROM.

His main research interest is art in contested spaces. He uses practice based research methodologies and lens-based media to realise his research projects, which culminate in international exhibitions, publications and scholarly essays. He is currently researching and producing a collaborative video installation with a group of asylum seekers housed in a government of Ireland Asylum Seekers Reception Centre, a former Butlin’s Holiday Camp, Mosney, Co. Meath.

Selected Publications:

Disputed Territory (DIT & Gallery of Photography, Dublin, 2006, 132pp).

Monitor, Artists book (Gallery of Photography, Dublin, 2001).

Borderlines : Personal Experiences and Stories from the Border Counties of Ireland (Gallery of Photography, Dublin, 2006, 365pp).

Imaging the Unimaginable: Disputed Territory in Projecting Migrations, Transnational Documentary Practices (Wallflower Press).

Disputed Territory, installation, (one person exhibition at the Gallery of Photography, Dublin, 2006).

Infected Landscape (group exhibition at Julie Saul Gallery New York, 2006).