Zoë Walker and Neil Bromwich protest and dream, via public art, sculpture and performance working
between the gallery space and the public realm.

There work explores the space between the real landscape and an imagined location. Within this luminal
space the duo create objects and situations that invite there audience to join them in enacting
transformative experiences they invite us to consider an ‘other’ way of being. There practice brings together
a humorous and surreal aesthetic while often engaging with social political issues.

Limbo-Land, an inflatable, handcrafted, fabric moon and video work, was made and filmed in
Northumberland on the Scottish English border. The work echoes the melancholic atmosphere of this
expansive east coast landscape and congers up a state of ‘in between-ness’ both physical and
physiological. The film, presents Walker as an amateur astronaut caught between the land and the sky in a
trag¬ic comic attempt to harness the moon’s energies and reach the ultimate frontier. Limbo-Land invites
us to re-consider our relationship to the world and its physical limits. Last year Limbo-Land was exhibited
as a solo show at Baltic featured and features on IMAGINE, BBC1 arts program with Alan Yentob

Zoë Walker and Neil Bromwich have exhibited widely in the UK and abroad showing at BALTIC Centre for
Contemporary Art, Gateshead; The Fruitmarket, Edinburgh; the Cornerhouse, Manchester; ACCA
Melbourne; and Künstlerhaus, Vienna. Their partnership has resulted in a number of residencies and
commissions, including My Island Home for the Victoria and Albert Museum; Sci-Fi Hot Tub, a Kielder Art
and Architecture Commission, funded by Wellcome Trust, and have been featured recently on BBC1’s
Imagine with Alan Yentob

Recent Live Projects include Love Cannon Parade at Whitechapel Gallery, Camden Arts Centre, and the
Big Chill Festival.

Walker and Bromwich are represented by Houldsworth Gallery

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Solo Exhibitions
Limbo-land BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead,
Siege Weapons of Love 1,000,000MPH Project Space, London
Limbo-land Houldsworth, London
Celestial Radio , A Pirate Radio Station broadcasting from the river Tyne, AV06 Festival, Newcastle & Gateshead.
Panacea Hothouse, Cornerhouse Manchester, (All Panacea Projects in collaboration with Michael Pinsky)
Sci-fi Hot Tub, Live Event, Kielder Art & Architecture, Kielder Water Northumberland & Victoria Baths Manchester.
Panacea SuperSpa, Le Parvis, Tarbes France,
2004- 05
Panacea the Art of Wellbeing, John Hansard Gallery, Southampton
Panacea l’art d’etre bien CCC  Tours, France;
Friendly Frontier Picnic Live Event, Wysing Arts, Cambridgeshire
Celestial Radio A Pirate Radio Station broadcasting from a mirror tiled yacht off the Essex Coast.
Friendly Frontier Patterns and Portable Paradise, Habitat, Tottenham Court Road and Kings Road, London
Limbo-Land, Berwick Gymnasium Art Gallery, Berwick upon Tweed
Somewhere Special, Houldsworth, London
Portable Paradise Lightbox, Contemporary Art Society, Economist Plaza, London
My Island Home, Victoria and Albert Museum
Somewhere Special, ACCA, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne, and CCA, Canberra, Australia
Nesting, Angel Row Gallery, Nottingham, Prema Arts Centre, Gloucestershire; Alsager Arts Centre, Manchester;
Dream Cloud, Travelling Gallery, Edinburgh and touring exhibition in Scotland
Portable Paradise, Collective Gallery, Edinburgh
Dream Bride, Galeria Dzikanka, Warsaw, Poland
Magnified Indecision, Galeria A.R.T., Ptock, Poland

Group Exhibitions
Celestial Radio & Love Cannon – Big Chill Festival
Love Cannon, Live Event, Basel, Switzerland
Locws International, Live Event, Swansea
Right on Right Off, Whitechapel Gallery & Chapman Fine Art, With the Great Unsigned, London
Madame Arkwright’s Salons, Camden Arts Centre, London
Threshold’06, Node London E:vent Gallery, London
Weekending, RMIT, Melbourne, Australia
Human Nature, Battersea Pumphouse, London
The Birthday Party Collective Gallery, Edinburgh.
Week-ending Globe Gallery, Newcastle and South Shields.
Coast, Firstsite Gallery, Colchester
Site-Seeing: A Disneyfication of Cities?, Künstlerhaus, Vienna
Art and Mountains, The Alpine Club, London
Balmy Daze, Houldsworth, London
TV Swansong, live webcast, screened: Tate Liverpool, CCA, DCA, ICA, Baltic Centre,
My Father is the Wise Man of the Village, Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh
The Great Escape, Grizedale Sculpture Park, Cumbria
Urban Nomads, South London Gallery, London
Northern Exposure, Pier Arts Centre, Stromness, Orkney
Zero-g, Clare College Church, Dilston Grove, London
Somewhere Near Vada, Project Arts, Dublin
Kiss the Sky, Ikon, Birmingham and touring
Evolution isn’t over yet, Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh
Threshold, Travelling Gallery, Scotland
Cet étè là, Centre Régional d’Art Contemporain, Languedoc-Roussillon, France
Sickly Sweet, Battersea Arts Centre, London

Residencies Awards and Commissions
2007        land foundation, Chang Mai, , Thailand, Love Tank Blessing Project
2005        Résidences ateliers d'artistes des Arques, Le Lot, France
    Scottish Sculpture Workshops Research Residency, Aberdeen
2004        ‘COAST’  Commission – Commissions East, Essex Council,        - Celestial Radio
     Art and Architecture Fellowship Programme, Keilder Waters, Northumberland
2001        Grizedale Sculpture Park Residency, The Lake District.
2001        Fusion Commission, St Johns Hospital,, Livingston, with Artlink &  The Fruit Market Gallery, Edinburgh
1999        International Artist in Residence, 200 Gertrude Street Gallery , Fitzroy, Melbourne,  Australia.
1999        Scottish Arts Council Residency at Canberra School of Art
1998-97   Pier Arts Centre Fellowship, Orkney

Major Grants & Awards
2006        AHRC- Grant for the Creative & Performing Arts; for- Testing Sci-fi Hot
2006        Wellcome Trust Production Award
2006        ACE Touring Award
courtesy Houldsworth Gallery