Patrick Killoran After moving to New York in 1996, Killoran’s first major project Observation Deck (Queens) was featured in the 1997 re-opening of PS1 where the work would remain installed for nearly a decade. His installation Immergence was presented at Las Cienegas Projects in Los Angeles in 2009 and since 2010 has been installed at Hyde Park Art Center in Chicago. In 2014, he had solo exhibition a Samuel Freeman Gallery in Los Angeles and in 2015 at Studio 10 in Brooklyn. Other solo projects include the Wadsworth Atheneum in Hartford, US; IKON in Birmingham, UK; Sculpture Center in New York City and Samuel Freeman Gallery in Los Angeles, US. Killoran has been included in numerous international exhibitions, including Everyday, the 1998 Biennial of Sydney, Australia; Wanås 2000 at the Wanås Foundation in Sweden; All About Laughter at the Mori Museum in Tokyo, Japan; It is what it is. Or is it? at the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, US; The Part In The Story Where A Part Becomes A Part Of Something Else at the Witte de With in Rotterdam, Netherlands and in 2017 he participated in the exhibition Omnibus Filing in Austin Texas, US. Grants received include Rema Hort Mann Foundation, Penny McCall Foundation and Pick Laudati Funds for Arts Computing at the Alice Kaplan Institute for the Humanities at Northwestern University. In 1998 he attended Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture and the Civitella Ranieri Foundation in 2007. In 2013, he was the Artist-in-Residence at George Washington University. In 2014-17 he was the Artist-in-Residence at the RDP Innovation Arts Residency Program, University of Texas, Austin. Killoran has taught at CalArts and Northwestern University. Currently he is the 2017 External Examiner at the Iceland Academy of the Arts and since 2012 a Critic at Yale University School of Art, Sculpture.