Aoibheann Greenan is an Irish artist working at the intersection of visual art and performance. She holds an MA in Performance Making from Goldsmiths University, London and a BA in Painting from NCAD, Dublin. Greenan’s practice explores the role of the aesthetic in the creation of social imaginaries. She investigates the interweavings of fiction and power in public space using methods of staging, assembly and improvisation. Past projects have drawn from protest, live action role-play, historical re-enactment and street performance to propose alternate forms of encounter, play and resistance within the social structures we inhabit. Her work has been selected for solo presentations at, among others- Import Projects, Berlin; The KW Institute, Berlin; Temple Bar Gallery, Dublin; The RHA, Dublin and Project Arts Centre, Dublin. She has participated in group exhibitions at IMMA Dublin and EVA International, Limerick. Greenan has received a numerous awards and grants for her work, both in Ireland and abroad.