b. 1984 Stourbridge, UK
Lives and works Plymouth, UK
William Luz is an artist whose practice explores drawing in an expanded sense through works on paper, print, ceramics and video with a focus on a process that aims to refer directly back to the act of making itself, the materiality of embodied drawing and the performative nature of an artist’s work.
He is currently studying MA Drawing at Plymouth College of Art where his research interests are focused on drawing, performativity and the point where art meets life and what this means for (his) work
He is one third of Nous Vous and has exhibited in solo and group shows across the UK and internationally. You can find prints and books in his shop here or through Look Up Prints, Design Within Reach and Uprise Arts.
Full CV here. Say: firstname.lastname@example.org
‘A Ghost Subject (for a wall)’
at Exeter Phoenix
18.03.22 - 22.05.22
An animated wall drawing that explores lo fi/hi fi, preparation/intuition and action/documentation.
6 Limited edtion screen prints available through Design Within Reach
Series of drawings available through Uprise Arts
‘A Scarcity of Thought’, exhbition at Ocean Studios, Plymouth, summer 2021 (photos by Dom Moore)
Folding, unfolding, rolling, unrolling
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