Brennagh Meehan (b.1996) is a visual artist, recent graduate from Belfast School of Art. A multidisciplinary artist, working with sculpture, performance, poetry, video and sound within her current creative practice.
Currently a co-maker at Making Space at Bow Street Mall, Lisburn.
Studio holder at Flax Arts, Belfast.
An artist that investigates the everyday, with elements of her domestic life, objects, relationships and conversations. Bringing her fragility into each work she reflects her close relationship to her grandmother expressing the vulnerabilities of grief. Experimenting with turning banal objects and actions into something little strange and visibly unfunctional for the practicality of everyday.
Working with Mountain Standard Time (M:ST) Performative Art in Calgary, Canada this April (postponed) Brennagh will on a month-long residency and present her work at the 10th Anniversary Biennial of embodied art, September 2020 in partnership with Catalyst Arts, Belfast. Since Graduating Brennagh has performed and exhibited at Belfast International Festival of Performance Art (BIFPA), Queen Street Studios, Platform Arts, Pollen Studios and Gallery and Catalyst Arts.