Liam O’Callaghan was born in Ireland and is based in Dublin.
His work utilities sculptural installations, the collision of sound and object, the poetry of objects and a sense of experience, to play, grapple and reflect on the human condition.
Recent Solo shows include: Bit Symphony (exhibition & album launch), Temple Bar Gallery, Dublin 2012, Made To Make Do (2) at Rasche Ripken Berlin 2009 and Made To Make Do (1) at Rubicon Gallery 2008. He showed a major body of work at Royal Hibernian Academy, Dublin in 2006.
Group shows during this time include: Dublin Contempary, Earlsford Terrace and the National Gallery of Ireland, 2011; Redefine:Readymade, Kunstverein Schwerin, Germany 2011; Fade Away and Radiate, Rasche Ripken Berlin, 2011; Holding Together, Douglas Hyde Gallery, Dublin, 2010; Walls and Gateways, Existentie/New Art Project, Ghent, Belgium 2008; I am always touched by your presence, Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin 2007; Eurojet Futures|An Anthology, Royal Hibernian Academy, Dublin 2005.
His work is represented in the Irish Museum of Modern Art Collection and the Arts Council collection and private collections Ireland and Europe.