Maggie Dunlap (b. 1995, Washington, D.C., USA) lives and works in London. Dunlap received her MA in Critical Practice from the Royal College of Art (2021), having previously completed her BFA in Visual & Critical Studies at the School of Visual Arts in New York (2019). Recent exhibitions include True Crime, Screw Gallery, Leeds, UK (2022); The Opioid Crisis Lookbook, Paris, FR (2020); Make it Look Like an Accident, SVA Flatiron Gallery, New York, NY (2019); Ways Out, Flatiron Project Space, New York, USA (2019); One Night Stand, Euridice Gallery, Brooklyn, USA (2018); When Darkness Loves Us, New York, USA (2018); and NO VACANCY, Squat Gallery, Brooklyn, USA (2016). Her work and writing has been featured in international publications including Kaleidoscope, Heavy Traffic, The Editorial Magazine, Autre, Young Artists in Conversations, SLEEK and Snuff Magazine. In 2019 Dunlap received the SVA Alumni Society Scholarship.