Caoimhe Kilfeather makes sculptural work that is influenced by an interest in the built environment and our relationships to the spatial, formal and psychological qualities of architecture. Whilst engaging intuitively with scale, materials and the processes of making, Kilfeather is also drawn to the idea of ‘legacy’: legacies of forms, materials, systems and methods of production and of how these things contribute to and shape our experiences of the world.

Caoimhe Kilfeather studied at NCAD, Dublin (BA) and the Slade School of Fine Art, London (MA). Recent exhibitions and projects include 'Elemental', Uillinn West Cork Arts Centre (2019), ‘in set’ commissioned by Temple Bar Gallery and Studios for the Dublin Book Art Fair (2017) and 'season and evening and weather and history', Douglas Hyde Gallery (2016).