Zoe Walker and Neil Bromwich
Zoë Walker (b.1968) and Neil Bromwich (b.1966) are known internationally for their large-scale sculptural works, participatory events and exhibitions that invite audiences to imagine better worlds. Their ambitious, expansive art works re-ignite Utopian ideologies through the use of protest, pageant, celebration and contemplation, and have, at their core, a collective desire for an alternative way of living.
Walker & Bromwich’s dual practice seeks to explore the space between ‘what exists and what is possible’. Their distinctive, often idiosyncratic approach explores contemporary life’s more perplexing and complex social, ecological, economic and political issues with humour and dexterity, while expressing their shared commitment to social cohesion, absurdist celebrations and the sublime.
Zoë Walker and Neil Bromwich are an established collaborative duo based in Glasgow, whose work has been presented at Tate Britain, London; Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, Sydney; The Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh; Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead; The Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne; Kiasma Museum of Contemporary Art, Helsinki; Thessaloniki Biennale, Greece; and other international venues in Europe, Asia and the Pacific region. A monograph on their work is published by John Hansard Gallery and is available through Cornerhouse Publishing.
For further information visit: www.walkerandbromwich.org.uk