MLitt Curatorial Practice School of Fine Art

Siobhan Healy

Siobhan Healy (1976, Scotland) is an award-winning arts practitioner, specialising in glass and metal. Her work can be found as part of the public collections of the Scottish Parliament; Perth Museum and Art Gallery; Bedford Glass Museum, USA, Glas Museum, Lette, Germany & Harvard University Herbarium, USA. Her curatorial portfolio includes a significant collaboration- ‘Biodiversity’ with Alasdair Gray, who was a true polymath with his unique vision spanning multiple mediums.  Healy worked in collaboration with The Alasdair Gray Archive in 2021 to adapt a series of text works created for the Biodiversity project, which offer hope, freedom and inspiration for others, in Alasdair’s name. These large public artworks are located at the Garscube Link [built 2021] leading to urban nature reserve- The Claypits, Glasgow.  In addition to this major project, Healy is developing a multi-strand series of events and serendipitous encounters under the project title- A Radical Act of Love: Arborescence, Echoing the Mycorrhizal Network of Oaks.

Contact
nattyglass@yahoo.com
S.Healy1@student.gsa.ac.uk
Works
A Radical Act of Love: Arborescence, echoing the Mycorrhizal Network of Oaks
A Radical Act of Love: Arborescence Video

A Radical Act of Love: Arborescence, echoing the Mycorrhizal Network of Oaks

A Radical Act of Love: Arborescence Video