Zoë sat down with Jessica Ferri of The Aesthete to discuss her ongoing work, Every Curve. An online gallery, The Aesthete profiles New York City’s most promising creators and their work.
Here’s a brief excerpt from the article “Every Curve Matters“:
On a recent afternoon in New York, the artist Zoë Buckman was in her home studio in the East Village, at work on “Every Curve,” an installation piece that blends feminism and hip-hop culture through vintage lingerie hand-embroidered with lyrics from Tupac Shakur and Biggie Smalls. Showing off a recent acquisition—a vintage girdle she said with a bit of a giggle, “see, it says on the back, ‘petitness, but dat ass fat.” We spoke to the London-born artist about her new work, how marriage (to Friends star David Schwimmer) and motherhood has changed her as an artist, and her favorite things about living in New York.
Read the article in its entirety at theaesthete.com