Women Cinemakers meets
Annie Goliath Lives and works in London, United Kingdom
Annie Goliath is an artist born in South Africa, who lives and works in London. Her moving image installations, performances and sound pieces navigate the changing relationship between the human and non-human, including biological and technological agents. In her practice she often places the past, present or potential futures in dialogue with each other as she explores different notions of consciousness, ecology, memory and time. Goliath is currently studying an MFA in Fine Art at Goldsmiths, University of London and has recently formed the AGBA art collective. In 2017, she was awarded Arts Council England Grants for the Arts for the 18-month project Recycle, Rewind and Animate. Recent group exhibitions and screenings include Spring Cleaning, G04 Crown Place Apartments, London, 2018; Between Democracies 1989-2014: Memory and Commemoration, Bratislava, 2017; Approaches to Fluidity, The Koppel Project Hive, London, 2017 and The Explorer Series: Invisible City Symphonies, various locations around London, 2016.
An interview by Francis L. Quettier and Dora S. Tennant firstname.lastname@example.org Hello Annie and welcome to
: we would
like to invite our readers to visit in order to get a wider idea about your artistic production and we would start this interview with a couple of questions about your
background. You have a solid formal training: you hold a BA (Honours) in Fine Art and Graphic Design from UEL and you are currently pursuing an MFA in Fine Art at the prestigious Goldsmiths, University of London: how do these experiences influence your evolution as a cross disciplinary artist? Moreover, how does your direct the trajectory of your artistic research? Thank you for your warm welcome. The experience of studying a combined honours degree in the subjects of fine