Lizzie Watts

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works

say what i am called rhododendrums through your stomach symbientz fishfingers scritch/tank

collab

SWIAC yan tan tethered thames whale

Lizzie Watts
Born 1992 Lives and Works in Glasgow

Up Coming
VFX for Yvonne Zhang's short film China Panda - Shortlisted for Scottish Film Talent Networks 'Scottish Shorts 2018'
VFX for Swell (working title) Dir. by Yvonne Zhang

Education
Sept 2012 - Jun 2015 Bachelors Fine Art, Goldsmiths College, University of London
Sept 2011 - Jun 2012 Foundation Diploma in Art and Design, Alton College, Alton

Selected Exhibitions and Performances
September 2018: Bartholomew's Waltz performance, Scottish Artist Union, Inverness
April 2018: Group Exhibition Say What I am Called as part of Glasgow International Festival, Caledonia Road Church, Glasgow
December 2017: Jessie Whitley and Lizzie Watts, Rhododendrons Through Your Stomach, Crownpoint Studios, Glasgow
October 2017: Bartholomew’s Waltz performance, The Art School, Glasgow
September 2017: Group Exhibition WITH KIN, Melbury Abbus, Dorset
June 2017: Bartholomew’s Waltz performance parade, The Art School, Glasgow
April 2017: Group Exhibition BAESquit, Benevolent Association of Excellent Solutions, Deptford, London
February 2016: Performance Lizzie Watts and Nick Harris, a bird-man, Davidstow, Cornwall
January 2016: Performance Lizzie Watts and Nick Harris, Sea Shanty @ Thames Whale 10-Year Anniversary Memorial March, Battersea Park, London
June 2015: Goldsmiths BAFA Degree Show, New Cross, London
April 2014: Group Exhibition The Furniture Showroom, Fat Relic, Lewisham, London

Awards
July 2012: The Unilever Series: turbinegeneration, Tate Modern Louisiana Museum exchange,Humlebaek, Denmark

Projects

Bartholemews Waltz Collective
BART WALTZ explore the need for public celebrations within our society by staging the recurring celebratory eventĀ Bartholomew's Waltz. This event invites audiences to participate in games, dance and music as part of an orchestrated celebration. Bartholomew’s Waltz invites audiences to share in this exploration through making and celebrating, establishing a mode of communication rooted in merriment and inclusiveness.


WITHKIN
WITHKIN is an expanded family and on-going discussion centred on ecological intimacy and rural recalibration.