Hazel O’Sullivan is a multi-disciplinary visual artist from Ireland working in sculpture, painting and textiles, exploring mythology, retro-futurism and domesticity as a method to speculate Irish futures.

Her works resemble household features and systems that dissect the modernisation of her cultural heritage with Irish materials and symbolism, and she uses multi-disciplinary processes to reflect the specificity of each project she investigates. Hazel encourages the viewer to think more deeply about the materials we surround ourselves with, reflecting on the effects of post-colonialism on our material surroundings and futures.