Romily Alice Walden British , b. 1988

Romily Alice Walden is a transdisciplinary artist whose work centres a queer, disabled perspective on the fragility of the body. Her work has been shown throughout the UK, Europe and North America in solo and group exhibitions at institutions such as BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art: Gateshead, The Museum of Neon Art: Los Angeles, Hebel Am Uffer: Berlin, Flux Factory: New York and Tate Exchange: London. In 2019 she will present solo exhibitions at SOHO20 Gallery: New York and Nars Foundation:Brooklyn. Her practice spans sculpture, installation, video and printed matter, all with a socially engaged and research-led working methodology.

 

Since 2018 Walden has been working collectively as part of Sickness Affinity Group, a group of artists, curators and arts- adjacent cultural workers who work around topics of sickness, disability and care. From 2019-2021 Walden will be a fellow of the Berlin Centre for Advanced Studies in Arts and Science and the UdK Graduate School.