Niamh McCann

Niamh McCann was born in Dublin, Ireland where she lives and works
Niamh McCann’s varied and playful practice, which includes sculpture, installation, painting and video, explores philosophical conundrums through seemingly random visual juxtapositions and spatial relationships, looking toward themes of travel, globalization and urbanization within very particular social and political contexts
McCann completed an MA at Chelsea College of Art and Design and her BA in Cork. She has exhibited extensively including exhibitions in Switzerland, Chile, Germany and USA
Recent exhibitions include 2006: ‘The Square Root of Drawing’, Temple Bar Gallery, Dubllin, Ireland; ‘Fused ‘06’, Tallaght Civic Offices, Rathfarnham Castle, Dublin, Ireland; ‘126 Presents’, Galway Arts Centre, Galway, Ireland; ‘Two Person’ 126 Gallery, Galway; ‘Multuplicities’, The Market House, Monaghan, Ireland. 2005: ‘Without Boundaries’, Wäinö Attonen, Museum of Art, Turku, Finland; ‘Out Of Orbit’, Encuentro Internacional de Espacios de Arte Independientes at Valparaíso, Chile; ‘Offside – Offsite Project’, Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane, Ireland;
‘The Institue of Potential – Art+Failure’, Visualise Carlow, Institute of Technology, Carlow; ‘SSI Printed Works – Artists Pages’, Issue 5, The Venice Issue; ‘Peripheries’, Welsh/Irish sited exhibition, Kells Monastry, Ireland/Strata Florida, Wales