Alison R. Mcnulty
Alison McNulty is an interdisciplinary artist and educator based in the Hudson Valley, New York who is interested in the poetic potential of space and materiality toward invoking long and discordant views of time, intersectional thinking, a sense of place, and relational possibilities beyond the human. Her sculptures, architectural interventions, site-responsive indoor and outdoor installations, videos, and works on paper are shown across the US and in Europe. Select exhibitions include PS21, Chatham, NY, BAU Gallery, Beacon, NY, International Museum of Contemporary Sculpture, Santo Tirso, Portugal, Art Lot, Brooklyn, Samuel Dorsky Museum, New Paltz, NY, Theoretical Archeology Conference Syracuse, NY, Wilderstein Outdoor Sculpture Biennial, Rhinebeck, NY, Des Lee Gallery, St. Louis, MO, Manifest Gallery, Cincinnati, OH, Slocumb Galleries East Tennessee State University, and Florida State University Museum of Fine Arts, among others. She has attended residencies at Atlantic Center for the Arts, Stoneleaf Retreat, and created House Project, a residency in an abandoned house. Born in Bristol, Indiana, McNulty is a dual citizen of USA/Germany. She earned her BFA from Washington University in St. Louis and received the Alumni Fellowship from the University of Florida, where she completed her MFA. She currently teaches part-time at Parsons School of Design, NYC.