Grace Weir's recent work deals with physics, philosophy and the nature of light and time.
Her work also critiques the materials of her making, largely photography and film. She probes the concept of a fixed identity and one of her unique approaches to research includes a series of interactions with practitioners from other disciplines.
Creating a dialogue between the conceptual nature of her ideas and how meaning becomes tangible through activity, Weir's works explore the dynamic of practice and representation. Her work is wide ranging, from structural cinematic works to more experimental works and installations.
Weir has exhibited widely both nationally and internationally, representing Ireland at the 49th International Venice Biennale (2005) and in a solo exhibition in The Irish Museum of Modern Art (2016).