Artist from Sheffield based in Glasgow.

Working across video/performance/installation/text to explore reciprocal relationships between the body, objects, production, corporeal questioning and vicarious disgust; engaging in a kind of “visceral empathy”, incited as a key universally shared experience that can be harnessed to as a way of entering into constructive dialogue.

Corroborated through thinking about how culturally and politically-loaded notions of repulsion and attraction can be engaged as key cultural icebreakers, gesture-makers, and taboo, the work is situated within an inquiry as to how this can be utilised to produce collective sensation in the public/private corpus.

One half of Everything Must Go, a collaborative curatorial project with fellow artist-as-curator Georgia Thornton Sparkes: https://www.instagram.com/everything_must_go_project/ Programming regular screenings of short video work called Tv Dinner. Member of Twofortytwo studios: https://twofortytwostudios.com/

Contact: gracehigginsbrown@gmail.com