Brian Duggan (b.1971) lives and works in Dublin, Ireland.
In February 2018 he premiered his new film 'Demonstrable progress' with composer David Bremner. This innovative project used original footage from inside the storage tanks of Sellafield nuclear facility accompanied by a new musical performance on piano four hands, written especially for the film by composer David Bremner. This project will be produced as a vinyl record released by Farpoint recordings in 2021. In 2018 he was included in the project The End is where we start from; On Tsunamis, Nuclear explosions and other Fairy tails, curated by Pauline Doutreluingne in Balzer projects Basel. In the Fall of 2017 Duggan's new work was seen in 'Future Proof' curated by Sheena Barrett and Emer O Boyle, at the The Lab in Dublin. In 2016, he presented his solo-project 'Ryou-Un Maru' at the Project Art Centre in Dublin, curated by Tessa Giblin (Publication).
His work is included in the permanent collections of the Arts Council, The Hugh Lane Gallery, the OPW national collection and the Irish Museum of Modern Art. He has undertaken residencies in ISCP New York, IMMA, CCI Paris, Braziers International, Project 304 Bangkok and ChangMai, Thailand. He was the co-Founder and co-Curator and co- Director of the multi platform Pallas Projects in Dublin from 1996 to 2009.
He has received numerous awards from the Arts council of Ireland and Culture Ireland. He graduated from CCAD in Cork and received his masters from IADT in Dublin. His work is represented internationally by Balzer projects in Basel, Switzerland. His recent work was selected by curators Fiona Kearney and Chris Clarke for Home , to be presented in the Glucksman Gallery Cork in 2021.