Niamh Riordan lives and works in London, having graduated from an MA in Sculpture at the Slade School of Fine Art in 2013. Her work looks at laminates, paint effects, concrete splatter and resin pours – she’s interested in an architecture of disguise, in wipe clean, dirt concealing, hard wearing, roll on roll off, peel and stick environments for living. Through animations, cast sheet materials and photography she imagines taking these flat things and looking around the back of them, finding room within surfaces for snags or glitches, structural instabilities, or a bit of wilderness. Recent shows include Arrogant Objects at Amatorska, Ground Ground, a collaboration with Fran Edgerley at OTO Projects, CCC at APT Gallery, and Points of Contact at No Format Gallery. She had her first solo show, Roll-on Roll lawn, at Amatorska in 2013.