Róisín McGannon is a Visual Artist based in Dublin. Since graduating from NCAD with a BA Hons First Class in Fine Art Printmaking she has completed residencies in the Loughshinny Boathouse, North County Dublin and in Block T Studios, The Liberties, Dublin both awarded and supported by Fingal Arts. In 2019 she was invited as the inaugural Artist in Residence in Eoin Moylan Studio, Berlin and exhibited in her first solo show How it Stands, Provisionally, supported by Fingal Arts in A4 Sounds. She has exhibited in the RHA 188th Annual Exhibition Dublin, Halftone Print Fair Dublin and exhibited work across Amsterdam, Cork and Kerry.
Her work is concerned with the unreliable and uncertain position of being in the body, your anchor to the world being unhinged. Through multidisciplinary media she investigates the difference between the functional and the dysfunctional, both physically and emotionally, then in turn obscures and highlights expectation and capability.