Maud Cotter

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Maud Cotter: linked
feature in MASS magazine, issue one, march 2022 (pdf 6 pages)
Barbara Dawson in conversation with Maud Cotter
Maud Cotter with Barbara Dawson, Director of Dublin's Hugh Lane Gallery on International Sculpture Day (102:02 min streamed from on vimeo)
Slow down to shape your idea of space
Cristín Leach reviews Maud Cotter's solo show 'a consequence of – a dappled world' at The Dublin City Gallery, the Hugh Lane, Dublin, Ireland, 02.06.21–08.08.21 on Sunday 13 June 2021, The Sunday Times, Ireland (pdf 2 pages)
a consequence of – a dappled world
a consequence of – a dappled world is a solo exhibition by Cork artist Maud Cotter. The title of this exhibition is taken from the poem 'Pied Beauty', by Gerard Manley Hopkins which celebrates the diverse and disparate nature of existence. Her work responds to the gallery spaces and combines an apparent simplicity with a powerful sense of joy in the materials of the everyday. Working in plastics and metals, Cotter contemplates the tension between light and space. 'Maud Cotter's work sets up an exchange between the most humble and rudimentary of everyday objects and far–reaching abstract and conceptual models.' video walk through of Maud Cotter's solo exhibition at The Dublin City Gallery, the Hugh Lane, Dublin, Ireland, 02.06.21–08.08.21 (14:52 min link to youtube)
a consequence of – a dappled world
video walk through of Maud Cotter's solo exhibition at The Dublin City Gallery, the Hugh Lane, Dublin, Ireland, 02.06.21–08.08.21 (18:48 min link to vimeo)
Irish artists left well alone
Sarah Kelleher hears from contemporary artists like Alice Maher and Maud Cotter about coping in the time of Covid–19 Sunday 12 April 2020, The Sunday Times (pdf 5 pages)
a consequence of – a breather of air
Joanne Laws, a review of Maud Cotter's solo exhibition at The Dock Arts Centre, Carrick-on-Shannon, Co. Leitrim, Ireland, October 2019 (pdf 2 pages)
a consequence of – a breather of air
video walk through of Maud Cotter's solo exhibition at The Dock Arts Centre, Carrick-on-Shannon, Co. Leitrim, Ireland, September 2019 (05:15 min link to vimeo)
a consequence of – a breather of air
Maud Cotter in conversation at the opening of her solo exhibition at The Dock Arts Centre, Carrick-on-Shannon, Co. Leitrim, Ireland, September 2019 (55:27 min link to soundcloud)
In Conversation: Maud Cotter and Michael Lightborne
published for Maud Cotter's solo exhibition 'a consequence of – a breather of air' at The Dock Arts Centre, Carrick-on-Shannon, Co. Leitrim, Ireland, September 2019 (pdf 5 pages)
The unbearable lightness of being
Sarah Kelleher, a preview in the Irish Arts Review of Maud Cotter's solo exhibition at LCGA, 2018 (pdf 1 page)
Notes for 'a consequence of – without stilling'
Sarah Kelleher, an essay on the work of Maud Cotter written and published for her solo exhibition 'a consequence of – without stilling' in an edition of 100 copies, at Limerick City Gallery of Art, Ireland, 2018, designed and hand–stitched by Claire Power and Maud Cotter, domobaal editions (pdf 9 pages)
Maud Cotter: Register
Maud Cotter interview by Professor Andrew Clancy (Clancy Moore architects) for Register, Department of Architecture & Landscape at Kingston University 2016 (61 mins – link to soundcloud)
Maud Cotter – capturing the intangible
Maud Cotter's solo exhibition 'Matter of Fact' in London reviewed by artelogical, 2016 (pdf 5 pages)
To Diagram without Stilling – on Maud Cotter’s Sculpture
Ed Krčma, an essay on the work of Maud Cotter written and published for her solo exhibition 'Matter of Fact' also presented in an edition of 100 copies, at domobaal, 2016, designed and hand–stitched by Claire Power and Maud Cotter, domobaal editions (pdf 5 pages)
hairless dogs have imperfect teeth
Maud Cotter, a text published in The Irish Review, Architecture Issue, No. 51, guest editors: Marcus Donaghy and William Dimond, 2015 (pdf 4 pages)
Karl Burke and Maud Cotter: The Air They Capture Is Different
Sarah Kelleher, a review of the exhibition at The MAC, Belfast, published in Enclave Review, Winter 2013 (pdf 2 pages)
Maud Cotter: a solution is in the room
Fergal Gaynor, a review of the exhibition at Wandesford Quay Gallery, Cork, published in Enclave Review, Winter 2013 (pdf 1 page)
Maud Cotter making Sense of Space
Tina Darb O'Sullian, a review published in the Irish Examiner, 2013 (pdf 2 pages)
All Stuff Is Farce
Anneliis Beadnell, a review of 'All Stuff Is Farce' by Maud Cotter, 2011 (pdf 6 pages)
All Stuff Is Farce
Joseph R. Wolin, an essay on Maud Cotter, published in 'All Stuff Is Farce' an acrobatic artist's book, including 26 full–colour and 28 black and white illustrations, designed by Marit Munzberg, launched at the Irish Consulate, New York, 2010 (pdf 3 pages)
to begin with a title?
Matt Packer, an essay on Maud Cotter, published in 'All Stuff Is Farce' an acrobatic artist's book, including 26 full–colour and 28 black and white illustrations, designed by Marit Munzberg, launched at the Irish Consulate, New York, 2010 (pdf 5 pages)
Relational Sculpture
Tim Maul, an interview with Maud Cotter, 2010 (pdf 8 pages)
Relational Sculpture
Angelika Richter, an essay on Maud Cotter, written for the catalogue 'More than Anything' translated by Helen Ferguson, Rubicon Gallery, Dublin, 2005 (pdf 4 pages)
Maud Cotter
Sarah Glennie, an essay on Maud Cotter, written for the catalogue 'also' West Cork Arts Centre, Skibbereen, Cork, Ireland, Summer 2002 (pdf 3 pages)
Maud Cotter
Luke Clancy, a conversation with Maud Cotter in London in 1997, published in Profile 8 as part of Gandon Editions, 1998: soft cover, photographically illustrated covers, sculptural works by Maud Cotter and essay and interview with the artist by Luke Clancy, 48 pp, with 22 four–colour plates and additional illustrations, ISBN 0946846 073 (pdf 7 pages)
Maud Cotter
Nicola Gordon Bowe, an introduction to the work of Maud Cotter published in Stet, Literary Magazine, Cork for the exhibition 'My Tender Shell' at Triskel Arts Centre, Cork, October 1991 (pdf 4 pages)
To the Inback
John Montague, an introduction to the work of Maud Cotter for the exhibition 'My Tender Shell' at Triskel Arts Centre, Cork, October 1991 (pdf 1 page)
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