Catriona Gallagher 

is a visual artist and filmmaker based between Northumberland, UK and Athens, GR. Her work moves between film, drawing, writing and installation and navigates the overlooked details in our physical surroundings and the psychological landscapes mirroring them. 

Recent exhibitions include: Sketches for an Artificial Forest, Roscommon, Ireland; Roma: A Portrait, Palazzo delle Esposizioni, Italy; On the Meaning of Gossip, British School at Rome, Italy; ENTWINED, Assembly House, Newcastle; Among the Garbage and the flowers, 6B, Paris; ENTWINED, VARC, Highgreen; No-body’s Room, The Room Projects, Paris; Back Home, Snehta, Athens; Thresholds, MIMA, Middlesbrough; As tree, Tubbercurry, Ireland; Premieres, Garage Museum, Moscow; Micro, Embassy Gallery, Edinburgh; A Field Guide to Getting Lost, T.A.F., Athens; and The Plant in the City, A - DASH project space, Athens. 

Catriona's films have premiered at film festivals including Rotterdam IFFR, Aesthetica, London Short Film Festival, Sheffield Doc Fest, Ann Arbor, New Holland Island and Laterale. Perdikaki, her first film, was awarded the Special Mention in the Short Film Competition at New Holland Island in 2020. Daphne was a torso ending in leaves was selected for IFFR's Tiger Shorts competition in 2024 and won the KNF award.

In 2016 she co-founded A - DASH project space in Athens with Eva Isleifs, Noemi Niederhauser and Zoe Hatziyanaki, co-running the space and curating projects between 2016 and 2019.

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