Ian Wieczorek is a visual artist working primarily in painting, installation and video. Since 2003 he has exhibited widely both in Ireland (including EVA International 2018, RHA Annual Exhibition, Claremorris Open Exhibition, CCA:RDS Collective Contemporary Art) and internationally, with participation in group/curated shows in N. Ireland, Germany, France, Portugal, Sweden, Austria, Switzerland, USA and China, and solo exhibitions in Ireland, N. Ireland, UK and Czech Republic. Public art works include Sepulchre and Everything That Rises Must Converge (Ireland), and IUXTA and 00040 (France). He has also devised and curated a number of shows in Ireland, and has undertaken residencies in Ireland, France, Austria and UK. Much of his work has explored the increasing influence of digital technology in locating social and cultural identity. Recent work reflects both current socio-political events and a continuing narrative: the border as a physical barrier, its implications and its porosity.