Amy Worrall British, b. 1989

Amy Worrall (b. 1989) is an artist from working predominantly in ceramic. Originally from Norwich, UK, she is currently based in Stockholm, Sweden.

Amy makes art that caricaturizes the concept of (her) personal image and surroundings. She is fascinated by the stereotype of Brits abroad and how she perpetuates that (by being one of them). Creating quasi self-portraits of joy, mania & awkwardness, Worrall’s work is essentially a weird, skewed vision of her own reality. Amy describes her process as "consuming huge amounts of pop culture, digesting it and then spewing it out as these sculptures." At first glance the saturated colours & cool attitude stand out, however closer inspection reveals a more reflective and critical tone.

 

Solo exhibitions include; Look at me, Kungstengatan 27, Stockholm (2020) and Swimsuit Edition, Barklund & Co, Stockholm (2019). Recent group exhibitions include; Stäying Alive, Berntson Bhattacharjee, Falsterbo (2021), Creativity is Essential Supermarket, The Design Museum, London (2021), Nice guys live forever, Moosey Art, London (2021), Hang in there, HV Galleri, Stockholm (2021)