Sabina Mac Mahon is a Dublin-based visual artist and curator with a BA in Fine Art (Painting) from NCAD and an MA in Museum Studies from the University of Leicester. With over ten years’ experience in arts administration and management she is currently curator in residence at Solstice Arts Centre, Navan (2017, 2018). An occasional researcher, she maintains an independent curatorial practice through the LACUNA [ ] series of exhibitions, co-curated with fellow-artist David Quinn, and exhibits her own work regularly in group and solo shows. Recent curatorial projects include Industry, Zoología Fantastica, The Otherworld Hall, and A Name Unmade: Francis Ledwidge at Solstice Arts Centre; Songs of Peace at the Centre Culturel Irlandais, Paris; and Anti-Anti-Pasta, a research project curated by Anne Mullee as part of All Bread is Made of Wood at Swords Castle.
Narrative-driven work, research-based projects, work exploring the boundaries between abstraction and figuration and material experimentation by artists at all stages of their careers in all media.