Ciarán Walsh’s artwork engages with themes of loss, precariousness, transformation, and place. As part of an ongoing exploration that draws from popular culture, folk traditions and Romanticism, he examines archetypes and allegory in representations of both the supernatural and the natural world. His work has been exhibited at the Irish Musuem of Modern Art (Dublin), Kunsthalle Bratislava (Slovakia), Crawford City Gallery (Cork), CCA Glasgow (Glasgow), Ujazdowski Castle (Warsaw), Mother's Tankstation (Dublin) and Light & Wire Gallery (Los Angeles), among others, and his artist's novels are held in the permanent 'Book Lovers’ collection at MuHKA (Antwerp). He is currently the resident artist at The Watch (Berlin). Additionally, Walsh has curated a number of public commissions and projects in Ireland, the UK and Germany.