David Phillips and Paul Rowley

Dublin born Paul Rowley and Memphis born David Phillips currently work primarily with film, video and sound, exhibiting their work in galleries, museums and festival screenings. In 2000 they were awarded the Glen Dimplex Artists Award, the Irish Museum of Modern Art annual contemporary art prize, seen as the Irish equivalent of the Turner Prize. Their short video Suspension was awarded a Golden Spire at the San Francisco International Film Festival, and they were the recipients of the New Langton Arts Award for video. Paul recently won the Irish American Arts Awards, in both the under 35 category and the overall prize. Paul has also received many awards from the Irish Arts Council since 1997. Some recent exhibitions include Re:mote at the Photographers Gallery, London, Your chance to live at 300m3 in Gothenburg, the Kunst Film Biennial in Cologne, Fricci