Fiona Marron was born in Co. Monaghan in 1987 and now lives and works in Dublin. She holds a BA in Fine Art from Dublin Institute of Technology (2009) and an MA in Visual Arts Practice from IADT Dun Laoghaire (2013). Solo exhibitions include ‘Proving Ground’, Artbox, Dublin (2016), ‘Pivot a closed path’, Flat Time House, London (2015), ‘Co-location’ at RUA RED South Dublin Arts Centre (2013), ‘Last and First Men’ at The Joinery, Dublin (2011) and ‘For Who Knows What’ at FOUR, Dublin (2009). Group exhibitions include ‘Bandits live comfortably in the ruins’, Flat Time House, London (2016), ‘Reverse Pugin!’ at St. Carthage Hall, Lismore Caste Arts, Co. Waterford (2015) and ‘In Free Circulation’ at Mother’s Tankstation, Dublin (2014). Residencies include ‘Welcome to the Neighbourhood’, Askeaton Contemporary Arts, Co. Limerick (2016) and UCD Art-in-Science programme (2015-2016).
Sourced from the artist on September 19th 2016