In Conversation: Noel Clueit and Maria McLintock
Thursday 8th April 8pm-9:30pm
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Artist Noel Clueit will discuss his current online exhibition Lockedgroove and wider practice with curator, historian and writer Maria McLintock.
Noel Clueit (b.1984) lives and works in Manchester, UK. He completed his BA in Fine Art at Cumbria Institute of The Arts in 2007. Recent exhibitions include: The Lights, Grundy Art Gallery, Blackpool; Everything Must Go (Part 2) - Workplace Foundation, Gateshead; AND A 123, Castlefield Gallery, Manchester; and : /, a solo presentation of new works for Grundy Art Gallery, Blackpool.
Clueit has undertaken residencies with Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop, Airspace Gallery and participated in the first iteration of The Syllabus, a ten month residency programme initiated by Wysing Arts Centre. He also co-founded the collaborative gallery programme titledateduration with Maeve Rendle.
Maria McLintock is a curator and historian of architecture and design. She works as an Assistant Curator at the Design Museum, London, where she has co-developed the exhibitions David Adjaye: Making Memory (2019) and Electronic: From Kraftwerk to The Chemical Brothers (2020), among others. She is a Visiting Lecturer in Architectural History and Theory at the School of Architecture, University of Limerick, and an Associate Lecturer in Design Theory at University of the Arts, London.
She has written on the intersections of architecture, migration and social systems for publications such as Architectural Review and Failed Architecture. She is a Young Trustee of the Architecture Foundation, London.