Dorothy Hunter is the second Critic in Residence at studio das weisse haus – in our first cooperation with Der Standard.
Dorothy Hunter is a Northern Irish artist and art writer based in Belfast. She is interested in the politics of space and regeneration within art, and how visual culture is utilised in processes of preservation and re-presentation. Her writing often explores the politics of an artwork’s or exhibition’s context, and the dialogue of certain “realities” in art media. She is particularly interested in art that spans across disciplines and audiences, and the spheres and actions in which art is presented and validated.
2011 BA (Hons) Fine Art, University College Falmouth, Cornwall, England
Freelance art writer (Photomonitor, Visual Artists Ireland News Sheet, Interface, Paper Visual Art)
Monthly contributor to Re:Sculpt, the International Sculpture Center’s blog, writing about current issues within Irish sculpture, art and wider topics within the art world.
Artist’s assistant and editor, aiding with the writing of proposals, articles and book chapters
Co-Director of Platform Arts, an artist-led studio group and gallery in Belfast. Chairperson September 2013-August 2014.
(Photo © Jordan Hutchings)
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