Linda Quinlan’s video practice weaves a kind of visual alchemy, choreographing a playful set of relations between image, objects and sound. In her work she engages in practices that mean to establish a relation with the mineral, vegetal and animal world. She is a graduate of the Piet Zwart Institute, Rotterdam, NCAD, Dublin and Crawford College, Cork. She has exhibited at Oakville Galleries, Toronto; CRAC Alsace curated by Vanesssa Desclaux, Altkirch; Smart Project Space curated by Nathanial Mellors, Amsterdam; Bloomberg Space, London; IMMA, Dublin; Loop Gallery, Seoul; Artgenève curated by Jan Verwoert; Salon Populaire, Berlin; Kolnischer Kunstverein, Cologne; Hugh Lane Gallery, Dublin; Douglas Hyde Gallery, Dublin; Crawford Gallery, Cork; RHA, Dublin; Farmleigh Gallery, Dublin and Glucksman Gallery, Cork. Residencies include the National Museum of Contemporary Art, Seoul; Centre Culturel Irlandais, Paris; Picture This, Bristol; IMMA, Dublin, University of Tasmania, Hobart and Fondazione Ratti, Como. She has received awards from the Arts Council, Culture Ireland, Dublin City Council, Dutch Ministry and Fire Station Artists’ Studios. She was awarded the AIB Prize and is in the collection of IMMA and the Arts Council of Ireland.
Sourced from the artist on October 25th 2016