Currently running at Tallaght University Hospital Dublin.

Fifi’s work can be seen at Tallaght University Hospital, Tallaght, D24NR0A, February to the end of May 2023.

Illustrating the evolution of GRID Collective over the past six years, A Geometric Progression, which is Tallaght University Hospital’s opening exhibition for 2023, includes new works by GRID Collective members, Helen Blair, Mary Catherine Nolan, and Fifi Smith, as well as several pieces demonstrating GRID Collective’s ethos of collaborative process.

Holding the exhibition in a hospital environment demands awareness of the specificity of certain locations and so requires different ways of presenting; Alison Baker Kerrigan’s curation of the 40 pieces on view has given GRID Collective the opportunity to see these with a fresh, and often revealing, perspective. This in turns allows for new interpretations and renewed consideration of GRID Collective’s approach. As Baker Kerrigan describes it, A Geometric Progression “openly [invites] the viewer into a visual conversation as the artists explore the push and pull between formality and randomness”.

The Second Last Lesser Tree Dragon iinstalled for ‘Art in the Park II’ at Swan Park, Buncreanna.

This along with 8 other wonderful works was curated by Artlink at Fort Dunree.

See artists introduction here at 5:50mins. Video footage by Liam Hirrell courtesy of Artlink at Fort Dunree.

The opening 1min 44 secs duration at

Exhibition ended Feb. 30th 2023