Caitriona Dunnett is an Irish photographer based in the UK. She has been exploring memory and narrative through nineteenth century photographic techniques crossed with digital technology to produce handcrafted images. She graduated from Nottingham Trent University with BA (Hons) in photography and has a MFA from Rhode Island School of Design, USA.
Recent exhibitions have included: PhotoIreland’s New Irish Works in the Library Project, Dublin 2017 and in the Centre Culturel Irlandais, Paris, 2016 and Nottingham Castle Open 2016. She was awarded a Grain Bursary 2016, a grant from the Arts Council England 2015 and was shortlisted for the Remote Photo Festival 2017 and the Ashusrt Emerging Artist Prize 2015.
Dunnett was awarded an AA2A artist residency at the School of Art and Design, Coventry University 2016. She was selected for PhotoIrelands New Irish Works programme, which resulted in the publication of her project Mass Paths.
|Education||Nottingham Trent University, Rhode Island School of Design|