Born in Dublin, Úna Quigley graduated from Crawford College of Art, Cork, Ireland and
Winchester School of Art, Spain and U.K. in 2001 with an MA in European Fine Art. She has since
exhibited widely and internationally such as at the Rencontres Internationales Paris/Berlin, Centrum
Berlin, Lewis Glucksman Gallery Ireland, and Crawford Gallery Ireland.
In recent years her exhibitions have included the National Film Archive in Seoul, Berliner Liste, a
solo exhibition The Interval at Centrum Berlin and the creation of a temporary film art project in
Connemara entitled Wild-screen. In 2018 she premiered new work at the Istanbul International
Experimental film festival and 2019 has included group exhibitions such as Traverse Rencontres
Video, Toulouse, Video Art Festival Turku, Finland, Rucklicht, Kino Central Berlin and Tactical
Magic- Tulca festival of Visual Art, Ireland and in January 2020 SSA/CutLog, an international
moving image artists exhibition at The Royal Scottish Academy in Edinburgh.
She has received awards from local authorities, Culture Ireland, and the Arts Council of Ireland,
most recently an Artists Bursary from the Arts Council of Ireland in 2017 and Galway County
Council in 2019.