Marysa Dowling’s practice considers human exchange, exploring how people interact with each other and their environments. Her playful and thoughtful projects use photography to build connections across communities and societies.
Dowling has recently finished a two-year residency at Great Ormond Street Hospital, through visual research with patients, families and staff, she explored ways in which we care, communicate and connect through our hands. She is currently working on a project connecting women in the UK and Mexico through photographic portraiture, whilst also developing her first book of a 10-year portraiture project. Dowling has worked on commissions and exhibited in the UK, Ireland, USA, Cuba, South Africa, Mexico, India and Lebanon.