Clare Twomey is an artist based in London whose work often involves intense research, focusing on themes such as collaboration, craft and the human in production. Twomey’s work negotiates the realms of performance, serial production, and transience, and often involves site-specific installations. She has an MA in Ceramics and Glass from the Royal College of Art and is Professor of Art Practice in the School of Media, Arts and Design at the University of Westminster where she directs Ceramics Research in The Centre for Research and Education in Arts and Media (CREAM).You can explore her work at http://www.claretwomey.com/.
Sue Cochrane, Vincent Duclos, Judith Farquhar, Volker Scheid, and Clare Twomey, “Translating Vitalities” (a series of essays), Somatosphere, March 2016.
David Luesink and Clare Twomey, Collaboration (2018)