Zoe Williams talks about her work as part of the Falmouth School of Art Guest Speakers series.
Zoe Williams Is an artist who lives and works in London and is represented by Antoine Levi Gallery, Paris. Her practice incorporates a range of mediums including moving image, ceramics, drawing and performance. Through these elements she is primarily concerned with creating immersive instances and environments which, holding a veneer of seduction, seek to access the cerebral through sensual experience. Recent solo exhibitions include; Sunday Fantasy, Mimosa House, London; The Unruly Glove, The Green Bum and The Sickly Trickle, Antoine Levi Gallery, Paris; Morsa, Studio Amaro, Naples; Pel, Antoine Levi Gallery, Paris; Soft Paste, The Studio Warehouse Gallery, Glasgow; The Flight of O, Spike Island, Bristol.
Significant group projects include; (X) A Fantasy, group exhibition and performance commission, DRAF, London; Spring/Summer 2015, DCA, Dundee; The Chic and The Borderline, cur. by David Roberts Art Foundation,
part of Art International Istanbul; Watch yourself, cur. by David Dale Gallery with Video Art Network Lagos and UK:NG Festival, Rele, Lagos; Mood is Made /Temperature Is Taken, GSS, Glasgow; Chateaux Double Wide, Glasgow International Festival 2016; H Y P E R C O N N E C T E D, MMOMA, 5th Moscow International Biennale of Young Artists; Mademoiselle, Centre Régional d’Art Contemporain Occitanie, Sète, France; The Armoury Show 2019, New York; Playful Aggressions, Greengrassi, London; Ruffles, Art Montecarlo 2019; Something soft, Kunstraum, London.
This event is free, however booking is required via Eventbrite
Image: Zoe Williams, Sunday Fantasy, 2019, film co-directed by Amy Gwatkin, Commissioned by Mimosa House and supported by Arts Council England. Courtesy of the artist and Antoine Levi gallery, Paris
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