DomainGillian Lawlor—eminent domain II 'eminent domain II' exhibition publication with essays by Dominic Stevens (architect), Daniel Lipstein (visual artist) and Linda Doyle (Professor of Engineering and the Arts, Trinity College Dublin). 16 pages full colour w/ semi-opaque cover Design: WorkGroup ISBN: 978-0-9554819-5-6 Gillian Lawler was born in Kildare in 1977 and currently lives in Dublin. She received a BA in Fine Art from the National College of Art and Design, Dublin, in 2000. She has won numerous awards including the Hennessy Craig Award, RHA Gallery Annual exhibition in 2007, the Whytes Award, RHA Gallagher Gallery in 2007 and the overall winner of the Open Selection Exhibition Award at the Eigse Arts Festival in 2009. Other awards include a Kildare Arts Services Award 2015/2013/2011/2009, an Arts Council Bursary Award 2009, and Culture Ireland Award 2011. She was shortlisted for the Beers Lambert Contemporary, Thames and Hudson publication, 100 Painters of Tomorrow in 2013, the Celeste International Art Prize in 2012 and a Merit prize from the Golden Fleece Award in 2013.