Elephant – March 2021

“In an intricate new body of work, artist Zoë Buckman revisits violence in her own past in order to find freedom in her present.” Read Charlotte Jansen’s full article here. 

Whitewall – March 2021

In Pearl Fontaine’s article, she observers with Zoe’s “alter ego as its namesake, the works included in “NOMI” offer a continuation of Buckman’s practice of using found domestic textiles as her canvas. Viewers will find moments of power found in the acts of healing and expression, embodied in embroidered figures and text, a selection of …

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Observer – February 2021

“Often sewing her trauma directly onto fabrics, artist Zoë Buckman’s work always starts from an autobiographical place; for the London-born creator, art making is a meditative practice, one that helps her interrogate deeply personal experiences and transitions,” says Sara Radin. Read the full article here.

Forbes – February 2021

“Buckman is known for exploring the imbalance of power and gender violence, as well as installations that honor and praise the feminine. Her multi-media consist of textiles, embroidery, and other items collected from the unlikeliest places to inspire feminist art, from her late mother’s cupboard to a gritty boxing gym,” says Tanya Klich. Read her …

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