Owen Boss is a Dublin based visual artist and designer that utilises installation, video and collaborative strategies in his work. The outcomes of his studio research are generally located off-site and made as large-scale multi-room installations that places the audience at its very centre. In 2009 he co-founded ANU Productions and is the co-artistic director.
Recent visual art projects with ANU include: The Wernicke’s Area (IMMA, 2022), The Secret Space (Project Art Centre, 2021), Intersection (The Lab, 2019), Beyond These Rooms (Tate Liverpool and The National Museum of Ireland, 2019), The Anvil (Manchester International Festival, 2019), Scrapefoot (The Ark, 2019), Falling Out of Standing (Dingle Film Festival, 2019, Highlanes Gallery, 2017), These Rooms (London, 2018, Dublin 2016).
Recent theatre design includes Staging the Treaty (ANU, National Concert Hall, 2022), The Same (Corcadorca Theatre Company, Irish Arts Centre, 2022, Galway International Festival, 2019, Cork, 2017), Mabel’s Magnificent Flying Machine (The Gate, 2021), Hail to the Great Wave (Corcadorca Theatre Company, Triskel Art Centre, 2021), The Party to End All Parties (ANU, Dublin Theatre Festival, 2020), Lost O’Casey (ANU, Dorset Street Flats and Parnell Square, The Abbey Theatre), Sunder (ANU, Moore Street).
Other work with ANU includes World’s End Lane, Laundry, Boys of Foley Street, Vardo, Thirteen and Pals.