Marie Shannon

b. 1960

b.1960, Nelson

Marie Shannon is an Auckland-based artist who works with photography, video and drawing. Her work has always been concerned with her immediate surroundings, and has at times addressed the work of other artists. Following the death of her partner, the artist Julian Dashper, in 2009, she has been cataloguing his art works and archive in their shared Auckland studio. It is from this process that she has gathered the material for her text-based videos.

Shannon majored in photography at the University of Auckland School of Fine Arts, graduating in 1982. She currently teaches photography and media arts in the Bachelor of Design and Visual Arts programme at Unitec, Auckland

Selected Exhibitions
2018 Short Stories, Trish Clark Gallery, Auckland
2016 Notes and Letters, PS Projectspace, Amsterdam, (Netherlands)
2012 The Aachen Faxes, Hamish McKay Gallery, Wellington
2011 What I Am Looking At, Sue Crockford Gallery, Auckland

2009 
Large Still Life, Sue Crockford Gallery, Auckland
Marie Shannon, Hamish McKay Gallery, Wellington
Love Notes, Cur. Heather Galbraith, Courtenay Place light boxes. Off-site project of City Gallery, Wellington (solo).

2000 Fissure, Cur. Connie Butler in the series, Five Shows, Five Curators,  ACProjects, New York, (USA) 
1992 Headlands: Thinking through New Zealand Art, Cur. Robert Leonard, MCA, Sydney, (Aus)