Exhibition – Something Soft, Kunstraum, London

Performance –  Tate St Ives (July 2019)

Screening – Projections moving image commission, Newcastle / UK touring

Review – ArtReview, Projections moving image commission

Edition – Grand Union, Birmingham

Music release – Splash Addict, Insecure, London



Susie Green (b.1979) works predominantly in painting, performance and sculpture. Recent solo and two-person exhibitions include Jerwood Solo Presentations, Jerwood Space, London (2018); If They be Two (with Kim Coleman), Five Years, London (2018); Interior Report, Workplace, Gateshead (2018) and Pleasure is a Weapon, Grand Union, Birmingham (2017).

Selected group exhibitions include Something soft, Kunstraum, London (2019); Breaking into Heaven, Conduit Club, London (2019); Bedswerver, Flat:Two, London (2018); Exhibition of a Dream, Gulbenkian, Paris (2017); Idea Home, Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art (MIMA) (2017); On the Side, Workplace, Gateshead (2016); Visible Hands, Ilmin Museum, Seoul (2009) and New Contemporaries, Cornerhouse Manchester and A Foundation, London (2009).

Selected performances and screenings include Vestoj for La Manutention (with Kim Coleman), Palais de Tokyo, Paris (2018); Groundwork with Martin Creed, (with Simon Bayliss), Groundwork, Falmouth (2018); ROMANTI-CRASH, Jupiter Artland, Edinburgh (2018); Dwarling, My Darling (with Rory Pilgrim) Oude Kerk, Amsterdam (2016); Fluid Medium, Spike Island, Bristol (2016) and All Out of Love (with Simon Bayliss), Tate St Ives, Cornwall (2016).




Essay by Philomena Epps. Commissioned for publication in association with Pleasure is a Weapon, solo exhibition at Grand Union, Birmingham.

Essay by Laura Guy, commissioned for If They Be Two, collaboration with Kim Coleman. 2-person exhibition at Five Years, London

Interview with George Vasey, commissioned by Monomatic

Essay by Susannah Thompson. Commissioned for I like the Silver, I like the Gold, performance at The Northern Charter, Newcastle






Image: Susie Green at Interior Report (2018) solo exhibition at Workplace Gallery. Photo: Josefin Bengtsson.