I strive with my practice to start discussions—to provoke thought, challenge the status quo, or raise consciousness. I aim to make works that are simultaneously personal and political and use a range of disciplines from textiles, neon, photography, and sculpture. Feminism and the female experience is a thread throughout all I create, but I particularly like to explore the areas in which the feminine intersects with the masculine.
2016, Zoe Buckman, Neon, boxing gloves, paint. Courtesy of the artist.
Let Her Rave
2017, Zoe Buckman, Vintage wedding dresses, boxing gloves, chain. Courtesy of the artist.
And since a man
2014, Zoe Buckman, Embroidery on vintage lingerie. Courtesy of the artist.
2013, Zoe Buckman, Plastinate in marble. Courtesy of the artist.