Marion Coutts is an artist and writer. She works with a range of material forms: found objects, digital video, film, drawing, sound, text and photography. Her first book, The Iceberg won the Wellcome Book Prize 2015 and was shortlisted for the Costa Non-Fiction Award and the Samuel Johnson Prize.
Her work has been exhibited widely, including Yorkshire Sculpture Park: Chisenhale Gallery, London; Foksal Gallery, Warsaw; Helsinki Kunsthalle and Arnolfini, Bristol. She has held a number of Fellowships. She was a Research Fellow at Norwich School of Art and Design 2007-09. She held the Kettle’s Yard fellowship at St John’s College, Cambridge in 2003 and the Momart Fellowship at Tate Liverpool in 2001. In 1999 she was a Rome Scholar at The British School at Rome.
She writes occasionally on Art for Intelligent Life. She has recently done podcasts for 5×15 and Little Atoms. She is a Senior Lecturer in Art at Goldsmiths and lives in London.