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Mary Modeen is an artist/academic whose research links creative practice with interdisciplinary academic studies in the humanities, particularly philosophy, literature, cultural geography, feminist and Indigenous studies.


Professor Modeen has lectured and researched for many years in Scotland, and the USA, with brief periods in Aotearoa/New Zealand and Australia. Her PhD and postgraduate supervision is also characterised by interdisciplinary investigations, linking studio practice with academic enquiry. International research networks, three of which Modeen co-convenes (PLaCE InternationalMapping Spectral Traces, and LAND2) are central in conducting the critical discourse which address, challenge and strengthen these research insights. 

You can view Modeen's full CV at this link: 
 Professor Mary Modeen Full CV

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Selected Exhibitions & Residencies

Solo Exhibitions

2024 | Bog Epiphanies, The Window Gallery, Perth, Scotland UK.

2014 | The Absolutely Other, Edinburgh Printmakers Gallery, Edinburgh. 

2012-13 | Ways in Which the World Takes Shape. Permanent installation within Min No Aya Win Human Services Center, Fond du Lac
Reservation of Chippewa Indians, Cloquet, Minnesota, USA.

2007 | Te Whenua Maori, Auckland University of Technology, Auckland, New Zealand, with acquisitions for the permanent collection. 

Two-person Exhibitions

2011 | The Enigma of Place, collaborative multi-media installation, with Iain Biggs, for Sensory Worlds: Environment, Value and the Multi-Sensory, Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities (IASH), University of Edinburgh. With funding from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

2010-11 | Landscapes of Epiphany and Memory, with Dr Judith Tucker, Armory Gallery, Virginia Tech University, Blacksburg, Virginia USA.

Group Exhibitions

2024 | DJCAD Research Expo, Matthew Gallery, Dundee, Scotland.

2019-22 | Confluences, Matthew Gallery at DJCAD, Dundee, George Segal Gallery at Montclair State University, New Jersey, and Sichuan Fine Art Institute, Chongqing, China.

2020 |Ossuary, curated by Prof Laurie Beth Clark, Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA.

2017 | In Praise of Wetlands exhibition with Biggs and Baeumler, Bank Street Art Centre, Sheffield, England. 

2015 | In the Open, Collaborations of women artists and poets, New Hall, Murray Edwards College, Cambridge University.


2018 | Casa na Ilha, Sao Sebastiao, Brazil.

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