Artist Alannah Robins has an interdisciplinary artistic practice based between Connemara and Sweden, where she regularly participates in and curates both solo and collaborative projects.
A graduate of the NCAD, Dublin, with a Masters in Music from the Conservatory of Music and Drama, Robins has won several awards for her artwork. These include a public commission for the Waterford Institute of Technology, Helge Axelson stipend and bursaries from the Arts Council and Creative Ireland. She has exhibited widely throughout Ireland, Scandinavia, London, Istanbul and the USA.
Themes of ecology and man’s relationship to nature recur in her work. Her interdisciplinary work has drawn her into collaborations with musicians, notably HOT, A Swedish Circus on Merciful Inferno at New York Electroacoustic Music Festival; and En Timme Natt, in Stockholm.
She is the founder of Interface Studio which provides international artists the opportunity to explore intersections between science and art.