Laura Gannon was born 1972 in Galway, Ireland, she lives and works in London. Gannon's work oscillates between drawing, sculpture, painting and film. Recent works include abstract drawings made with metallic ink on linen. The linen has been subjected to multiple processes to reveal its corporeality: folding, bending, wrinkling suggesting their raw physicality and directness. Gannon's films mark a parallel to her sculptural drawings with their articulation of temporality, light, space and the act of looking; intimate portraits of distinctive architectural buildings.


Solo exhibitions include Silver House, Visual Carlow, Carlow, Ireland, (2019); Espace Croisé, Centre d'Art Contemporain, France, (2016); Silver House, Uillinn and West Cork Arts Centre, Cork, Ireland (2015). Group shows include Andersen's Contemporary, Copenhagen, Denmark, (2018), Show Window, Kate MacGarry, London, UK (2016); Folly: Art After Architecture, Glucksman Gallery, Cork, Ireland (2014); A House of Leaves, David Roberts Art Foundation, London, UK (2013). A House in Cap-Martin was included in Customary Beauty, Mor-Charpentier, Paris, France (2011); Silver House was screened as part of the Official Selection Milano Design Film Festival (2017).