Beatrice is from Dublin, Ireland. She has worked as an artist since 1996 with numerous exhibitions in Ireland and abroad. Her practice is multidisciplinary; encompassing drawing, painting, animation, video, sound, sculpture and installation to explore the area of bionomic behaviour in the face of climate crisis. Recent exhibitions include a solo ‘Overwintering on the Moon’ at Taylor Galleries, February 2024.  ‘Landmarks’ collective at the Pearse Museum 2022-23. Selected national group exhibitions include the RHA Annual Exhibition (2015-2019), Rua Red Winter Open (2017 and 2018) RUA Belfast (2015); Claremorris Gallery (2017) International selected exhibitions include The Centre for the Less Good Idea, Johannesburg SA, (2021) Beep Painting Biennial, Swansea UK, (2020) The Border Art Prize, (2012) QLD, Australia. Her collaborative and curatorial projects include ‘Landmarks’ South Dublin Collective 2021-22, the Project Arts Centre (June 2022 Sonic Displacements) and Cur8D8 (2021) 

In 2022 she was awarded a scholarship to study with Mark Dion in the Alternative Art School. She was awarded a place on the international mentorship programme (2021) with Sabine Theunissen in The Centre for the Less Good Idea (Johannesburg) founded by William Kentridge. Awards include an Arts Council Agility Award (2022), funding from SDCC, Creative Ireland, Dept of Housing, Local Govt and Heritage and Natura 2000 for Landmarks (2022-23), the RHA School Access programme (2016 and 2017) Iontas and Eigse Carlow student awards and she was a finalist in the Border Art Prize (2012) Tweed River Art Gallery, NSW, Australia. 

Residencies include the Leitrim Sculpture Centre, Fundaçion Valparaiso, Spain, the Tyrone Guthrie Centre, Co Monaghan and Cill Rialaig, Co Kerry.


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