School of Humanities
Criodhna Costello is a Dublin-born artist living and working in London. Her work has been internationally exhibited and published, with recent exhibitions in London, Glasgow, Singapore, Paris and Italy. Her video practice develops new experiences of time, through experiments with movement, duration, repetition and everyday objects. She is currently completing Doctoral Research at the Royal College of Art London where her research focuses on the moving-image loop and explores a relationship between theories of temporality and the history of the moving-image.