© 2018 by Meadhbh McNutt

Meadhbh McNutt is an Irish artist, writer and photographer. 

 

Employing a wide range of materials, her practice revolves around ideas of voyeurism, technology and power. Underlying all of Meadhbh's work is a concern with the discrepancies between our lived experiences and the places from which we seek guidance.

Her words can be found in Tank Magazine, Circa Art Magazine, HeadStuff and Thinking Catherine Malabou (Rowman & Littlefield), among other publications. Her work has been exhibited internationally in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Hungary, Poland and Hong Kong. Meadhbh currently works on the board of directors at the 126 Gallery, Galway. 

Solo Exhibitions

2019

Idolum, 126 Artist-Run Gallery, Galway

2015

Varieties of Self, Tramore Pop-up Gallery, Carrigart Arts Festival, Donegal

Selected Group Exhibitions

2019

Artlink Members Show, Artlink, Fort Dunree, Donegal

2017

Night of 1000 Drawings, the Hive Central, Hong Kong

2016

Give Me The Sun, Patriothall Gallery, Edinburgh

 

2015

Duncan of Jordanstone Degree Show, University of Dundee

Spaces of Uncertainty: Unclaimed Baggage, Opcja Gallery, Kraków

Generator Members Show, GENERATOR Projects, Dundee

 

2014

Spaces of Uncertainty, Barcsay Hall, HUFA, Budapest

The Third Place, An Grianán Theatre, Donegal

 

2013

2 Years and Counting, Roseangle Arts Café, Dundee

No Fail, Duncan of Jordanstone, Dundee

Awards

2016 

CRMEP Aesthetics & Art Theory Award for Outstanding Achievement

2015

DJCAD Art, Philosophy & Contemporary Practices Award

Nominee for Roche Continents Programme, Salzburg

Member

Visual Artists Ireland
Institute of Contemporary Arts, London

126 Gallery, Galway

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