Pauline Clancy is a designer, printmaker, lecturer and PhD researcher based in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Her work explores the materiality of language through typographic form and is primarily realised through the medium of screenprinting. Process and materiality play an important role in her approach to making, while finished artefacts are important, the experimental and making process is of equal importance, where the process can also become an outcome. Current typographic research involves working with a number of processes and materials including interactive approaches to screenprinting. She has exhibited her work nationally and internationally, including Graphic Editions, Clothworthy House, Antrim; Disorder/Disruption, Ulster University Gallery, Belfast; and Empreinte International Print Exhibition, Luxembourg. She is a member of the International Society of Typographic Designers (MISTD) and her work is held in collections including Hamilton Wood Type and Printing Museum, Wisconsin, USA and Manchester Metropolitan University Special Collections of Artists’ Books. Her screenprints are also represented by MC Galleria, France.
Pauline has been a member of the Belfast Print Workshop since 2015.