Maria Mc Kinney - explored ideas around measurement of time and physical borders, using sculpture and installation.
Locky Morris - used the ‘Inishowen 100’ as a starting point to gather sounds and images for a work of multiple viewpoints, on the theme of escape.
East Icelandic Artists
Sandra Mjöll Jónsdóttir –created photographic images using darkroom processes such as pinhole and camera obscura.
Ōlöf Björk Bragadóittir – created large scale paintings and drawings using rich tones and stains of color.
Oili Puolitaival –combined cast concrete with drawings in dynamic new forms, to leave a lasting public art sculpture at Dunree
Ingrid Larssen – created sculptural forms using Hessian and hand stitching to create a 30 foot sculpture based on An Ghrianan Fort in Burt, Co Donegal.
All the artists created new work during the Residency based on proposals that were curated by Terre Duffy, Public Art Manager Donegal County Council and Adrian Kelly, Glebe Gallery curator, OPW, Churchill.