Niamh is a first class honours Germanic Studies graduate of Trinity College Dublin whose interests include art, running and baking. She is currently living in Berlin and working at the Institut für Alles Mögliche, an art institute with 16 studio spaces in Europe. Between organising exhibitions and dealing with artists in residence, Niamh is also training for the Müggelsee Half Marathon and slowly but surely attempting to make her way around all of the many wonderful galleries on offer in the city. Achievements to date include learning the art of etching and lino cut print making at the Graphic Studio Dublin, winning the valentine’s day bake-off in her last place of work and of course, becoming Programme Winner in the Languages and Linguistics category at the Undergraduate Awards 2015.
Undergraduate Award Overall & Programme Winner in 2015
University: Trinity College Dublin
Category: Languages & Linguistics
Moral Law in the works of Anselm Kiefer' What moral questions does Anselm Kiefer raise in his work and how does he explore the function and reasoning of human morality in relation to the holocaust?