Irish artist Siobhan McGibbon (Cork) and writer Maeve O’Lynn (Belfast) began their collaboration on The Xenophon Project in 2015. The Xenophon Project is an inter-disciplinary art and words project that employs sculpture, narrative, animation and technology to explore the interstices between art and science, and the future of the human species.
2018 Xenophon: Ubi tunc vox…? Triskel Arts Centre, Cork (forthcoming - October)
2018 Skibbereen: Lost City Hydrothermal Field, West Cork Arts Centre / Skibbereen Arts Festival
2018 Xenophon: From the Beginning, Drogheda Arts Festival @ Droichead Arts Centre
2017 IN CASE OF EMERGENCY, Science Gallery Dublin
2017 Future Proof, The LAB, Dublin
2017 They Call Us The Screamers, TULCA Festival of Visual Arts, Galway
2016 Why is it always December, Millennium Court Arts Centre, Portadown
2015 The future is already here, Galway City Museum, Galway
2018 ‘What Else…’, Poetry Jukebox , Crescent Arts Centre, Belfast (forthcoming)
2017 The Honest Ulsterman, October Issue
2016 The Stinging Fly, Winter Edition.
2016 Abridged 0 – 45: Why is it always December?
2018 Visual Art Highlight of the Week, Irish Times: link
2018 TULCA review, CIRCA Art Magazine: link
2017 In Case of Emergency Review, The Lancet: link
2017 Future Proof Review, Irish Times: link
2017 TULCA Preview, RTE: link
2017 TULCA review, Galway Advertiser: link
2017 TULCA Review, Irish Times: link