Sinéid Codd makes images relating to time, in hand-made monotype prints that possess stillness and immediacy. Areas of subtle or often vivid and intense colour contain forensically detailed images, taken directly from found flora and fauna and, importantly, preserving actual scale and features. As such, her work references early photography and film, through her use of rhythm and image sequencing.
Sinéid studied at Winchester School of Art, Goldsmiths College, University of London and the Central School of Art & Design. She has exhibited with many UK galleries including the Whitechapel Gallery and the Royal Academy, London. Her work is held in private and public collections in UK, France and USA, including the National Maritime Museum and the Paintings in Hospitals Collection. She has been a gallery artist with the Curwen Gallery since 2005.