Justine Rainer


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Justine is a French-Austrian visual artist currently based in Dublin, Ireland. She uses her background in Drawing, Photography and Lithography to investigate the relationship of human interaction with our close environment, focusing on quotidian materials to invoke our spatial awareness through the creation of fragmented assemblages and direct interaction with the space. After completing her bachelor of visual arts with distinction at the Académie Royale des Beaux-arts of Brussels, Belgium, she recently completed her Master of Fine Arts at the National College of Arts and Design in Dublin, Ireland.




Group Exhibitions

2022     Rooms of Fatigue, Jinčíčin festival, Jicin, CZ

2022     NCAD works, IE

2022     Painting as an expression of humanity, NTMA, IE

2021      Hush Hush, Mountshannon, IE

2021      Pluid Project, Dublin, IE
2021      Online and Physical, Blurred Reality,
               Mouthing Off Magazine, Southhampton, London, UK 

2021      Online, What a Waste, NCAD, Dublin, IE
2019      Final Bachelor Show, Arba Esa, Brussels, BE
2019      Open Doors, Arba Esa, Brussels, BE


Projects

2022     Sonic Displacements, Event, Project Arts Centre, Collaboration

2022     Cur8D8 group project, Performance

2021      Windows and Maps, Collaboration
2020     Logo Design for Incredibin Limited


Publications

2020     Volume VI, Zine Without a Crown


Residencies

Since 2020 at Mouthing Off Magazine


Interview

2020    Mouthing Off Magazine


Collection

2022   Private Collection, Donated, Czech Republic
2021    Private Collection, Donated, Ireland
2019    Private Collection, Acquired, United Kingdom
2019   Private Collection, Acquired, Germany
2018    Private Collection, Comission, United Kingdom



Education

2022               Curating Contemporary Art and Design, Royal College of Art, London
2020-2022    Master Of Fine Art at NCAD, Dublin, IE
2016-2019      Bachelor in Visual Art at Arba Esa, Brussels, BE