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Caitriona Dunnett is an Irish photographer based in Warwick. She has been exploring memory and narrative through nineteenth century photographic techniques crossed with digital technology to produce handcrafted images. She graduated from Nottingham Trent University with BA (Hons) in photography and has a MFA from Rhode Island School of Design, USA (2002). Recent exhibitions have included: The London Group Open 2015; Open 2015, Leamington Spa Art Gallery & Museum; The National Original Print Exhibition 2014, Bankside Gallery; Print Biennial 2014, RBSA Gallery; Photo Paint, Fringe Arts Bath Festival 2014; and The Walking Encyclopaedia, 2014, AirSpace Gallery. She received a Grants for the Arts award in 2015 from Arts Council England to develop her project Mass Paths and was shortlist for the Ashurst Emerging Artist Prize 2015. Dunnett was awarded an AA2A artist place at Bedfordshire University. She took part in a project run by Redeye and Impressions Gallery, resulting in an exhibition at the Impressions Gallery (Bradford) and brought this exhibition to the Vyner Street Gallery, London for Photomonth. Her work has also been exhibited in the Ludlow Open 2013, Pushing Print 2013 (Margate), Creekside Open selected by Dexter Dalwood (London), the 5 Years Gallery (London), the Irish Cultural Centre (London) and South Hill Park (Bracknell). Dunnett is part of a collective of artists working under the title Chasing Shadows. They have lately exhibited in the Dimbola Museum and Galleries (Isle of Wight) 2015, Gallery X (Dublin) 2015, as part of PhotoIreland and at the Brewery Arts Centre (Kendal) 2016.