Meadhbh McNutt is an Irish artist, writer and editor.
Meadhbh's practice traverses art writing, photography and installation. Her work looks at the relationship between body and image, intimacy and information – agitating the dilemmas of documentation.
Meadhbh was recipient of the 2020 VAI/DCC Art Writing Award. She has delivered four editions of her sold-out art writing workshop series at CCA Derry~Londonderry. Throughout 2019, Meadhbh served as Co-Director at Galway's 126 Artist-Run Gallery.
Her words can be found in Tank Magazine, Circa Art Magazine, HeadStuff and Visual Artists' News Sheet, among other publications. Her visual work has been exhibited internationally in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Hungary, Poland and Hong Kong.
Idolum, 126 Artist-Run Gallery, Galway
Varieties of Self, Tramore Pop-up Gallery, Carrigart Arts Festival, Donegal
Selected Group Exhibitions
Window Texts, CCA Derry~Londonderry
Covid 19 Exhibition, The Minecraft Gallery with Regional Cultural Centre, Letterkenny, Donegal
Artlink Members Show, Artlink, Fort Dunree, Donegal
Night of 1000 Drawings, the Hive Central, Hong Kong
Give Me The Sun, Patriothall Gallery, Edinburgh
Duncan of Jordanstone Degree Show, University of Dundee
Spaces of Uncertainty: Unclaimed Baggage, Opcja Gallery, Kraków
Generator Members Show, GENERATOR Projects, Dundee
Spaces of Uncertainty, Barcsay Hall, HUFA, Budapest
The Third Place, An Grianán Theatre, Donegal
2 Years and Counting, Roseangle Arts Café, Dundee
No Fail, Duncan of Jordanstone, Dundee
VAI/DCC Art Writing Award
CRMEP Aesthetics & Art Theory Award for Outstanding Achievement
DJCAD Art, Philosophy & Contemporary Practices Award
Nominee for Roche Continents Programme, Salzburg
“Unset in Stone” Residency (2019), 126 Artist-Run Gallery, Galway
- Delivered talks at TU Dublin (2020), Galway Technical Institute, The Model Sligo (2020), Project Arts Centre (2021 ‘Catalytic Intersections’ symposium organised by Irish Artists Film Index) and GMIT (2019).
- Taken part in advisory panels at the Burren College of Art and the Centre for Creative Arts & Media (GMIT), and opened the final year exhibition for Galway Technical Institute.
The Douglas Hyde Gallery:
Tending to the Engine (upcoming)
Mirror Lamp Press:
(Response to Second Summer, The Dock)
Visual Artists' News Sheet:
2 Meter Review:
Circa Art Magazine:
Above the Fold:
Rowman & Littlefield
Editing & Content