Vanessa Donoso López's work develops through an installation and often collaborative process while adopting a variety of media and mechanisms including, drawing, scientific experimentation and repetitive object making.

Her practice is committed to exploring concepts of transitional phenomena relevant to contemporary cross-cultural identity and narratives, its inconstancy and complexity, the potential for the loss of identity, language, and the hypothetical compatibility with cultures.

Vanessa Donoso López (born Barcelona, Spain) lives and works in Dublin. She studied at the School of Arts and Design Llotja, Barcelona, the University of Barcelona and the Winchester College of Art, UK.

Some of her shows include color lab, VCU gallery, Doha, Qtar; Ferment, Can Serrat, Barcelona; I shall change the way things are ordered, Kevin Kavanagh Gallery, Dublin; Quotidian tensions between the familiar and the unexpected, Golden Thread Gallery, Belfast; No fixed color Continuum, Candyland, Stockholm; To swallow a ball, The LAB, Dublin; Eye before E except after see, Limerick City Gallery, Limerick; Scientifico-experimental-techno-color-movement, M’ATUVU Project Space, Brussels; I want to be your dog, The Glue Factory, Glasgow; Establishing a Mission, at the Ashford Gallery, Royal Hibernian Academy, Dublin; Precaution at Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin.

Vanessa Donoso López awards and residencies include; Can Serrat full grant residency, Barcelona, Nau Coclea full grant residency, Girona, Spain, Temple Bar Gallery and Studio studio project and three year membership, Dublin, Firestations Sculpture Award and Brusary, Dublin and studio residency at the Royal Hibernian Academy, Dublin. Also Vanessa completed three public works commissioned by the Royal College of Surgeons of Ireland, Facebook Head Quarters in Europe and main offices of the IDA, all in Dublin.

Vanessa is represented by Kevin Kavanagh Gallery, Dublin.