Paloma  Proudfoot

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Paloma Proudfoot (b 1992, London) lives and works in London. After graduating from Edinburgh School of Art in 2014, she studied on the MA Sculpture course at the Royal College of Art and graduated in 2017. As well as her solo practice she collaborates with artist and choreographer Aniela Piasecka, with whom she is also part of the performance group Stasis.

Recent and forthcoming solo exhibitions include The Detachable Head Serves as a Cup, Cob Gallery, London (2018); The Bin Room, Stryx Gallery, Birmingham (2017); There is One Missing From Your Bunch, May Projects, London (2016) and The Jockey, Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop (2015). Recent and forthcoming group exhibitions include Becoming Plant, Tenderpixel, London; Towards a Theory of Powerful Things, Rod Barton; La Louisiana, Sans Titre, Paris; The Clean Carcass of the Host, Marso Galeria, Mexico City, MX (with Galerie Sultana and Sans Titre for Condo Mexico); f You Can’t Stand the Heat, Roaming Projects, London (all 2018); Doing It In Public, Beaconsfield Gallery, London; The Thinking Business, The Royal Standard, Liverpool, UK; Herland, Bosse and Baum, London (all 2017).

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<b>Title: </b>The Thinking Business<br />
<b>Title: </b>Shiver Vibrates My Frame<br />
<b>Title: </b>New Lovers<br />
<b>Title: </b>I've Been Thinking About Pinatas<br />
<b>Title: </b>Belittle Performance - Video Still<br />