Caitriona Dunnett is an Irish artist based in the UK. She investigates memory and its subjective, personal and forgotten narratives through early photographic techniques. She is intrigued by the traces people leave behind, the paths they weave through time and the legacies attached to them.
Recent exhibitions included RUA RED Winter Open, Coventry Biennial, Spotlight Leamington Spa Gallery and Museum, ESPY Photography Award, Custom House Studios and Gallery, FOTOLIMO Festival and Impressions Biennial.
Dunnett was awarded an Agility Award (Arts Council Ireland), an Analogue Photography Grant (The Richard and Siobhán Coward Foundation), a DYCP Grant (Arts Council England), an AN Artist Bursary, a Grain Photography Hub Bursary, a Grants for the Arts Award (Arts Council England) and in partnership with Dr Hilary Bishop a Leverhulme Small Research Grant. She was selected for AA2A residency at Coventry University and PhotoIreland's New Irish Works programme resulting in exhibitions at the Library Project and the Centre Culturel Irlandais, Paris.
Dunnett has a BA Hons in Photography from Nottingham Trent University and a MFA in Photography from Rhode Island School of Design. Her work was published by PhotoIreland, featured in Black & White Photography Magazine and online with the Irish Times, Lonely Planet, Atlas Obscura, F-Stop and Photomonitor.