b. 1993, UK; lives and works in London

2012-16 Central Saint Martins, London, BA

Zara Ramsay’s practice draws on her feelings of ambivalence for contemporary objects, especially in comparison to the natural world. Abstracting and combining these elements, Ramsay works to undermine scale and physicality through the incongruity and conflation of opposing textures, weights, and light. Her work has been in several exhibitions including WIMMIN II (2019) funded by Arts Council England and in the same year she was awarded first place in ArtWorks Open with Barbican Arts Group Trust. Recently she was selected for the 2022 Gilbert Bayes Award with the Royal Society of Sculptors.