Mother’s Milk, Framewerk Gallery, Belfast 2018 This exhibition showcased two collections of photographs, a new video work, and a piece of sculpture on the theme of motherhood. The first series of photographs is of her 2017 performance ‘Mothership’, photographed... Read more
The Secret Life of Chairs, ‘Breath, Breathless’, R-Space Gallery, Lisburn 2017 A drawing and installation project in response to a year of conversation with visual artist Kevin Killen, and presented as part of a two person exhibition. The installation comprises three... Read more
The Fabware Collection, Townhall Cavan Arts Space Christmas Exhibition, Cavan 2017 A range of domestic items rendered functionless through a decorative application of pink glitter and presented as a luxury giftware collection. Objects included a colander, a toilet... Read more
Sally O’Dowd is a freelance visual artist and curator with a socially engaged practice. As a politically aware artist, her research is concerned with identity and in particular intimate female ritual and investigating the role – self selected and enforced – of women in contemporary Irish society.