Artnet features Buckman's solo show Imprison Her Soft Hand

artnet News – March 2017

Sarah Cascone of artnet News features Zoë Buckman’s new solo exhibition, Imprison Her Soft Hand, at Project For Empty Space just before it’s closing on April 1, 2017.

Here’s a brief excerpt from the article Gallery Hopping: Last Chance to See Zoe Buckman’s Hardhitting Feminism at Project for Empty Space:

Imprison Her Soft Hand on view at Newark’s Project for Empty Space (PES) is partially inspired by the artist’s time in the ring—she’s been boxing for years—with sculptures of elegant, lace-trimmed boxing gloves hanging from the ceiling and lining one wall in glass vitrines. It’s a surprisingly effective image, an instrument of brute force decked out in the trappings of a bride—Buckman actually sources the fabric from used wedding dresses. ‘The work is about the ways in our society that patriarchal constructs keep us controlled,’ she told Artnet News at the opening.

Read the article in its entirety here.