Paloma Proudfoot (click here for full biography/CV) was born in 1992, she lives and works in London. Proudfoot graduated with a MA Fine Art (Sculpture) at Royal College of Art in 2017. Besides her solo sculptural practice, Proudfoot is co-director of the performance group Stasis, one half of PROUDICK (with Lindsey Mendick) as well as Proudfoot and Piasecka (with Aniela Piasecka).
Proudfoot’s practice includes a variety of media, ranging from (ceramic) sculptures to (group) performances. Textile and organic matter are common materials appearing in her body of work, seeming playful but at the same time reflecting and discussing current topics of her own generation.
Paloma Proudfoot‘s recent solo and duo shows include Project for an Overcoat at Editorial, Vilnius (2021); Curing at Sans Titre (2016), Paris (2019); A History of Scissors at Soy Capitán, Berlin (2019); The Detachable Head Serves as a Cup, Cob Gallery, London (2018); A Quick Descent, Art Berlin Fair with Soy Capitán, Berlin (2018); PROUDICK (with Lindsey Mendick) at Hannah Barry Gallery, London (2018) and There is one missing from your bunch, May Projects, London (2016). Proudfoot’s work has also been included in group shows such as Leopoldiné at Sans Titre (2016), Paris (2018); Becoming Plant at Tenderpixel, London (2018) or Chambre 10 at Sans Titre (2016), Paris (2018) amongst others. She will participate in the Tramway Residency in Glasgow, United Kingdom (2021), and has participated in The Work Room Residency (with Angela Piasecka), Glasgow (2020), the Residency at the Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin, United Kingdom (with Stasis, 2019), the Moly Sabata Residency in Sablons, France (2019) and the Thun Ceramic Residency in Bolzano, Italy (2018).
Feature of ‘ENSEMBLE’ on >émergent magazine, >Art Viewer and >Tzvetnik, 5/2021.
Feature, on Artsy, 1/2021, by Jacqui Palumbo.
Review of ‘Curing’ at Sans Titre (2016), in Numéro Magazine, 1/2021, by Matthieu Jacquet.
Feature of ‘Curing’ at Sans Titre (2016), on Art Viewer, 10/2019.
Interview, in Elephant Magazine, issue 39, 10/2019, by Holly Black.
Feature, in TLmagazine, 9/2019, by Mechteld Jungerius.
Review of ‘A History of Scissors’ at Soy Capitán, in taz – die Tageszeitung, 4/2019. (pdf on request)
Review of ‘A History of Scissors’ at Soy Capitán, on gallerytalk.net, 4/2019, by Teresa Hantke.
Review of ‘PROUDICK’ at Hannah Barry Gallery, in Garage Magazine, 11/2018, by Philomena Epps.
Review of ‘PROUDICK’ at Hannah Barry Gallery, in FAD Magazine, 9/2018 by Mark Westall.
Review of ‘PROUDICK’ at Hannah Barry Gallery, in Purple Magazine, 12/2018.
Interview, on It’s Nice That, 9/2018, by Laura Isabella.