Zoe Walker and Neil Bromwich
Glasgow-based collaborative duo Zoe Walker and Neil Bromwich are known for their large-scale iconic sculptural works, participatory events and exhibitions that invite audiences to imagine better worlds. At the core of their practice is the exploration of the role art can play as an active agent in society, evolving environments and situations within which people can begin to re-examine the world around them.
Solo exhibitions include: A Leap into the Dark, Queen’s Park Railway Club, Glasgow (2020); An Act of Participation, DMU Gallery, Leicester (2018); Eccentrics Banquet, Marion De Cannière, Antwerp (2014) Encampment of Eternal Hope, Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art; Gateshead (2013); Orcadia and other Stories, Pier Arts Centre, Orkney (2014); On the Threshold of a Dream, Turner Contemporary, Margate (2008), Panacea the Art of Wellbeing, John Hansard Gallery, Southampton, (2005), Somewhere Special, ACCA, Melbourne, (2000)
Group exhibitions include: SOUTHEAST ASIA + Triennale, National Gallery of Indonesia, Jakarta (2016), Edinburgh Art Festival, Edinburgh (2016), MCA Australia, Sydney (2012); Kiasma Museum of Contemporary Art, Helsinki (2012) Tate Britain, London (2010); Thessaloniki Biennale, Greece (2009), Scottish National Gallery of Contemporary Art, (2009), V&A, London (2000),
Public commissions include: Serpent of Capitalism, Roskilde Festival, Denmark (2018); Worker’s Maypole, commissioned by Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art, Great Exhibition of the North, Newcastle-upon-Tyne (2018); Slate or State, Commissioned by National Trust, Penrhyn Castle, Bangor (2017), Celestial Radio, Atlas Arts, Isle of Syke (2011)