Thrilled to have been selected for a Helix Arts #HADADi Bursary, supporting the development and production of my forthcoming work 'FEED'. Look out for further information about the #HADADi event at which I will present this new piece of work.
Your last chance to catch Roots and Wings at The House of Blah, Blah, Middlesborough, AND an artists talk between curator Michaela Wetherell, artists Elizabeth Black, Anji Archer and myself. 6-9pm 25 August. FREE ENTRY.
Delighted to be sharing three pieces of work at Roots and Wings, an exhibition curated by Michaela Wetherell at The House of Blah, Blah, Middlesborough. Preview 21 July, open until 25 August 2017
Roots and Wings is an exhibition held at The House of Blah Blah, Middlesbrough exploring the themes of girls growing up around the world. Inspired by a study which stated that Middlesbrough was the worst place for girls to grow up in the UK. How do other girls get brought up around the world, and what culturally and ethnically differences do we teach on girls for us to grow up so differently or similarly? Artists from around the world have contributed to this exhibition. Artists involved are, Bex Massey, Susanne Wawra, Barbara Ash, Zara worth, Sadie Hennessy, Victoria Rose Cookson, Mary Lou Springstead, Cath Walshaw, Barbara Bervoets, Elizabeth Black and many more!
Performances on the opening night by -
Find more information on the Facebook event page.
I am very excited to be chairing a panel on contemporary painting at the ICA later this month. The title of the event is 'Painting: Atoms and Speech Bubbles' and will bring together artists Jeffrey Dennis, Kimathi Donkor and Fay Nicholson to discuss their practices.
To attend please book online through the ICA's website.
The on-going work 'A drawing made by cutting up my body weight in celery' will soon be featured as part of the arts organisation IOUAE's online residency inhabit.
The residency will run from 15 May 2017 - 21 May 2017. Click HERE to find out more about the residency and IOUAE.
I am very excited to be sharing my research as part of 'InAbstract' at Huddersfield University this Tuesday (11 April 2017). I will be introducing my research project with the working title 'The Artist Presents: Hybrid practice for the 'always-on' generation. How might Instagram be used as a site for art?'
Please note that this is an event for Postgraduate Researchers only.
If you're heading to the ICA this week for #performanceanduncertainty look out for a little performance and print piece I have collaborated on with Victoria Sharples for the event! The piece is called 'Insert'.
GOT YOUR TICKETS YET?! #performanceanduncertainty
In collaboration with fellow artist and doctoral researcher Vicky Sharples, I have also contributed a new piece of work titled, 'Insert', which will be published in the event's accompanying programme.
...but you can still see my latest piece of work 'Wellness' (2017) on Instagram. The piece ran throughout January 2017.
Zara Worth is an artist, writer and researcher.