Lyónn Wolf
Residency Announcement


In 2024–5 Flat Time House are partnering with Askeaton Contemporary Arts in County Limerick, Ireland, to present the work of Lyónn Wolf, with an artist residency, public programme and first UK solo exhibition.

Over the past decade Wolf has developed an interdisciplinary practice, oscillating between installation, performance, and experimental workshop formats. Key to their approach has been an ongoing practice of DIY publishing, often done collectively, to traverse queer economies and spatial politics, the lived present and imagined futures. Incorporating auto-fiction and anecdote, Wolf engages a tradition of queer-transfeminist working class vernacular and ethics, finding forms of recycling, thrift and ephemera to pose questions about value, accumulation, and authorship that, in their own words, “posits the imagination as a political tool with radical potential that can exist and erupt anywhere and at any time.”

On Saturday 3 August, a special reading and performance event will occur, details to be announced soon.

Lyónn Wolf and Iarlaith Ni Fheorais, Oh - Infamy - we eat electric light, 2022 (Lyónn Wolf  0)

Lyónn Wolf and Iarlaith Ni Fheorais, Oh - Infamy - we eat electric light, 2022

Lyónn Wolf is a trans, working class, visual artist, educator & writer based in Berlin and Dublin. Recent solo exhibitions include De Appel, Amsterdam (2022), Project Arts Centre, Dublin (2021), and Grazer Kunstverein (2020). Wolf is co-founder of The Many Headed-Hydra, an aqueous-decolonising collective since 2015 working on long term critical and poly-vocal projects across the seas that connect Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Iceland, Germany, Ireland, Lithuania and beyond. They published Text in Public – Zine Performances and Rants with Scriptings Berlin and Archive Books Berlin/Milan in 2021, the first collected monograph of their writings. They were a fellow with the Berliner Förderprogramm Künstlerische Forschung in 2022–23.

Since 2006, Askeaton Contemporary Arts commission, produce and exhibit contemporary art in the locale of a small town in County Limerick, Ireland. An artist residency programme situates Irish and international artists in the midst of Askeaton each summer, while thematic exhibitions, publications and events often occur. Through these methods, over one hundred artists projects have been realised.