• Callaghan's work investigates ideas and conjectures about Utopian philosophy and science fiction. He wants to question and address the limitations of the human condition, revealing the simplicity of how we all travel consciously or unconsciously through the third and fourth dimensions of time and space. These conceptual goals directly reference his concerns with how and where science and the visual experience of art meet.


    Kevin uses simple universal mathematical structures such as the triangle and square as a point of departure. These are treated in contrasting colours in order to maximize optical dynamism and vibrancy. The geometric structures intertwine, appearing precarious and spontaneous, this dynamic state attempts to question notions of order and chaos. 

  • Kevin Callaghan completed am MA at the Royal College of Art in 2013, he has multi-disciplinary approach to his practice. Kevin currently lives in Glasgow where he recently completed a residency at The Glasgow Sculpture Studio's. Kevin has run intense explorative sculpture and ceramic workshops in the UK and Ireland. Kevin exhibits and nationally and internationally, showing at the Dublin Castle, The London Art Fair and the Saatchi Gallery with Cynthia Corbett Gallery and the Young Maters Art Prize, the Victoria and Albert Museum “What is Luxury” with Unknown Fields Division and Toby Smith. Other shows include “GLOBALE: Infosphere” ZKM Museum, Karlsruhe, Germany, Van Abbe-museum, Eindhoven, Holland and the Doswell Gallery West Cork. His first major solo show is coming up in 2019. Kevin works in a number of different medium, ceramic, wood, metals, He uses CNC and laser cutting technologies in his work.

     Kevin will represent Ireland in the Ceramic Cotext Biennale in Bornholm Art Muesum Denmark in September 2018