Fiona Hallinan is an artist based in Dublin.
She has presented work in a range of contexts nationally and internationally, including Parsons Paris, Kerlin Gallery, Irish Museum of Modern Art, Mother's Tankstation, Koc University in Istanbul and Brown University, in Providence, Rhode Island, USA.
She works with food in many of her projects as a conduit for exchange. Recently she undertook a residency at Parsons Paris that resulted in an installation entitled Octopus Parlour / Salon de la Pieuvre.
Ashkal Alwan, Beirut, Lebanon: Participant in Home Workspace Program: Creating and Dispersing Universes that Work, November-December 2013.
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York City, USA, October-December 2007 : Internship in Education: New Media.
Trinity College Dublin, October 2006- October 2007: MSc in Interactive Digital Media. Final Project: Playskip
Mobile Academy, Warsaw, August - September 2006: Participant in the course City as Stage.
Trinity College Dublin, 2002- 2006: BA (Two Subject Moderatorship) in History of Art & Architecture (Primary) and Classical Civilization.