Oxford University Press interviewed Zoe Buckman on her first public installation in partnership with Art Production Fund. The interview touches on Buckman’s inspiration, including her views on feminism, women’s healthcare, fashion, and activism.
An excerpt reads, “Zoe: One of the most exciting things about this project is the visibility. The piece will be up for a year on one of the city’s most heavily trafficked Boulevards. What I find most moving about this opportunity is when I think about how it will have the chance to transcend the exclusivity of the art world and will be seen by many: from children to bus drivers, Hollywood execs, to the hotel staff.”
Read the full interview here.