Yvonne Mullock

About Yvonne Mullock

Yvonne Mullock’s multi-disciplinary practice spans diverse interests in nature and craft and incorporates drawing, sculpture, ceramics, video, and textiles for both gallery and site-specific installations. Her work is often informed by a research process that involves both people and their surroundings as a spring-board for the creation of context-specific works.

Over the past thirteen years Mullock has participated in artist-in-residence programmes within Scotland, England, Canada, and the United States. Recent projects include an on-going residency with Fogo Island Arts and Shorefast in Newfoundland, which involves collaborations with a local community of quilters (2010-13); solo exhibitions such as Groundwork for Action (2014), Pith Gallery, Calgary; Beaver Fever (2013) Glasgow Project Room; and group exhibitions in Oregon, Calgary, and Glasgow, amongst many others. Recent co-curatorial projects include WE, a three-part geographical exhibition featuring artists based in Glasgow, Scotland, and Calgary.

Mullock graduated from the painting department at Glasgow School of Art and is currently based in Calgary.