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  • 15/03/2019 •

    Zoe Williams

    Page Not Found invites you during three consecutive events to discover publishing artists who share an interest in sexualized representations and renewing the discourse about them, and more generally in feminist agency in their production. At the occasion of Hoogtij, Zoe Williams chose to screen “Ceremony of the Void”, a film documenting one of her performances.

    The politics of sex is central Zoe Williams’ practice. Her works touch on ideas of seduction, sensuality and transgression. Williams is interested in building a subtly irreverent dialogue and tension between such polarities as the animate and the inanimate, the seductive and the repulsive, as well as examining contemporary attitudes towards notions of taste, sexuality and beauty. Zoe Williams recently published ‘The Unruly Glove, The Green Bum and The Sickly Trickle’, designed by Rory Gleeson, which incorporates William’s drawings and is accompanied by the poetry of the artist and writer Susan Finlay. Susan Finlay works across various media including painting, fashion-textiles and text. Her novel,’Our Lady of Everything’, will be published by Serpent’s Tail in Spring 2019.

    Zoe Williams (b.1983). lives and works in London and is represented by Galerie Antoine Levi, Paris. Recent solo exhibitions include: The Unruly Glove, The Green Bum and The Sickly Trickle, Galerie Antoine Levi, Paris; Morsa, Studio Amaro, Naples, Pel, Galerie Antoine Levi; Copenhagen; 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’, collaborative project, Glasgow International Festival 2016; H Y P E R C O N N E C T E D, MMOMA, part of 5th Moscow International Biennale of Young Artists. Forthcoming projects include The Armoury Show 2019, New York, A group exhibition at Greengrassi, London and a solo exhibition at Mimosa House, London in May 2019.

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