Tara Marshall-Tierney is an artist who lives and works in Glasgow. Her work involves collaboration, storytelling and voice, and makes playful comparisons between physical and online communities. By pulling together threads of communal activities such as singing alongside our everyday collaborations with algorithms and code, her work takes various forms, including performance, song, sculpture and print.
Marshall-Tierney’s recent work looks at the power of voice and making noise together. From waulking circles to WhatsApp groups, she looks at how traditions of storytelling and narrative exist today.
Group exhibitions include: Translations, GSA Graduate Degree Show, Tontine Building, Glasgow (2019); The Green Room, Dornoch Street Project Space, Glasgow (2018); A Lock of Owen Wilson's Hair, 8 Dixon Avenue, Glasgow (2017); ReVIEW: projections from Land Arts of the American West archive, El Museo Cultural De Santa Fe, Santa Fe (2016); Hand Luggage, Steambox Gallery, Dublin (2016).