Artist Biography

Saidhbhín Gibson is a graduate of NCAD, Dublin (MFA, honours, Fine Art, 2016) and D.I.T. Mountjoy Square, Dublin (BA, honours, Fine Art, 2000). Gibson's work explores the framing of the non-human world for and by contemporary society. She employs multifarious methods of production whereby the haptic is at the core of the manufacture of the work. Video, photography, drawing, sculpture and needlepoint lace (designed and made by the artist) are used in presenting work that looks at the interference by humans of the natural world. 


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Education

2016
M.F.A. (Hons) Sculpture & Expanded Practice, National College of Art & Design, Dublin
2000
B.A. (Hons) Fine Art, D.I.T. Mountjoy Square, Dublin


Exhibitions

2019
A Vague Anxiety, IMMA, Dublin (curated by Seán Kissane)
Micro, AIR Gallery, Altrincham, Greater Manchester
Blueprint Group Exhibition, Carlow College, Carlow
2018

The Model presents Cairdre Visual, The Model, Sligo

Trasna 8, The Courthouse Gallery, Ennistymon, Co. Clare
Encountering the Land, VISUAL, Carlow (curated by Emma Lucy O'Brien, Seán Kissane, Orla Barry)

2017
Loping Towards Darkness, VISUAL, Carlow (solo)
Soul Noir Festival, Dublin
RDS Craft Awards, RDS, Dublin (award recipient)
Bristle: Hair and Hegemony, Highlanes Gallery, Drogheda (curated by Róisín Kennedy, Niamh McGuinne, Aoife Ruane)
Art Works, Carlow Arts Festival, VISUAL, Carlow (curated by Emma Lucy O'Brien, Eoin Dara)
Make it OK, UK tour: The National Centre for Craft & Design, Lincolnshire; Rugby Art Gallery & Museum, Rugby
Upright Meadow - Public art commission, Carlow (Pure Thinking Community Group)
2016
Winter Open, Rua Red, Dublin
Excess Baggage, 
Laurieston Arches, Glasgow
Cabinet of Wonders #2, The Linenhall Arts Centre, Castlebar, Co. Mayo (curated by Ian Wieczorek)
Insert @ Visual for Culture Night, Visual, Carlow (Blueprint Art Group)
All to the good, solo body of work for MFA Exhibition, NCAD - Annex, Dublin
RHA 186th Annual Exhibition, RHA, Dublin
Make it OK, UK tour: University for the Creative Arts, Farnham; Devon Guild of Craftsmen; 
R-Space, Lisburn; Forty Hall, London
2015
RUA 134th Exhibition, Ulster Museum, Belfast
We are nonetheless always under the influence of gravity, NCAD - Annex, Dublin (curated by Lee Welch)
Make it OK, Pump House Gallery, London, UK (curated by Liz Cooper)
Portmanteau, Borris House, Co. Carlow (solo)
Cairde Visual, Sligo Arts Festival
MFA First Year Exhibition, NCAD - Emmet House, Dublin
Gift, NCAD - Eblana House, Dublin