Playing on Simpson’s Squint series (as included in the current exhibition) Lloyd takes an oblique look at Simpson’s works as if peering through a squint hole to gain new perspectives on his relationship with art history.
Lizzie Lloyd is a writer, translator and artist. As well as contributing regularly to Art Monthly and frieze, her experimental texts have been commissioned by Exeter Phoenix Gallery, Centrespace Bristol and Bridport Museum. Previous catalogue essays have addressed the work of Jenny Källman, prints, shadows and memory and two forthcoming essays on Terrain: Land Into Art (Hestercombe Gallery) and Michael Simpson (Spike Island, Bristol). Her most recent translations appear in Thought Thinking: The Philosophy of Giovanni Gentile (published by Imprint Academic). She has exhibited as part of Plymouth Art Weekender, Autocatalytic Future Games (No Format gallery) and HOUSEWORK (Safehouse1) and is completing a doctoral thesis on art writing and subjectivity at University of Bristol.