Laura Ní Fhlaibhín is a visual artist from Gorey, Co. Wexford. She graduated from the National College of Art and Design, Dublin (N.C.A.D.) with a first class honours in Fine Art Paint and is currently studying for her Masters Fine Arts at Goldsmiths University, London. Sculptural work, sound, writing and video are important elements of her practice. Laura is also a qualified teacher, visual art educator, and part-time lecturer at N.C.A.D., and the open-ended enquiry of visual art students is an influence on her art making processes. She is the recipient of numerous awards and bursaries, including an N.C.A.D Student Bursary, an Artlinks Bursary, Firestation Sculpture Studio Award and Catalyst Arts Residency. Laura facilitated participative projects, happenings and publications with community groups in Wexford, through Wexford Arts Office Community Outreach programmes. She was selected as a Creative Artist Associate on the Irish Arts Council, Creative Schools 2018/19 initiative. Selected exhibitions include: ‘GoldX’ Deptford X, London 2018, ‘Water jets were used on the four corners of the building’, London 2018, ‘a speech that showed the chair in the middle’, London 2018, ‘Dodecagon’, Seoul 2017. ‘Lamellae’, The Lab Dublin 2016, ‘Precognition’, Talbot Gallery Dublin 2014, ‘Periodical Review 3’, Pallas Projects Dublin 2013.