Ann Maria Healy’s work expresses itself through video, sculptural and textual form.
Her practice is concerned with reoccurrence, the power of history and narratives embedded
within the human psyche. She seeks to co-opt the embodied meaning of material in order to
unpack and subvert it. She is drawn to narrative that is connected to place and object, often
acting in an absurd manner, the work seeks to employ mysticism as a tool to reconsider our
present moment.

Selected exhibitions include ‘Desire: A Revision from the 20th Century to the Digital Age’,
Irish Museum of Modern Art, 2019-20. ‘When Dealers Are Shamans’, Pallas Projects, 2018.
‘Futures: Series 3 Episode 1’, Royal Hibernian Academy, 2017. Previous residencies include
Cow House Studios, Wexford, 2015 and The Banff Centre, Canada, 2014. Healy is an MFA
graduate of The Piet Zwart Institute, Rotterdam, 2014 and a recipient of the Irish Arts Council,
Visual Artist Bursary Award, 2019.