Liz Murray is a London-based artist who works with sculpture, photography, collage, and moving image. Her work addresses the ownership and celebration of queer, resistant, and radical histories, drawing on a personal archive of feminist and press materials from the 1980’s. A former peace camp participant, Murray remains involved in different forms of social and political activism, communicated most recently in her doctoral project Performing Resistance: The Greenham Common Women’s Peace Camp as Artwork. She completed her PhD studies in Fine Art at the Royal College of Art in 2022.

Murray is a member of several artist-run collectives including Five Years, the Partisan Social Club, and GLAP Collective. She co-authored the Anti-Fascist Newsletter for Five Years, published in the Journal of Aesthetics and Protest in 2020. Exhibitions include Holes Big Enough For Women, Five Years, 2022; backchat bender, Dyson Gallery, 2021; Twin Advisory Service, Partisan Social Club, Coventry Biennial, 2019; Flight Mode, Assembly Point, London, 2018; Connecting Worlds, Drawing Room, 2014; Format International Photography Festival, Quad, Derby, 2013; Terminal, Tate Britain, London, 2008.

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Recent

Solo exhibitions

2022 – Holes Big Enough For Women, Five Years, London
2021 – backchat bender, Dyson Gallery, London

Commissions, Residencies & Workshops
2018 – Partisan Social Club, Beaconsfield, London
2016 – Future Print Story, Tokyo University of the Arts, Japan
2012 – Braziers Sculpture Park, Oxford
2011 – Youkobo Artspace, AIR residency, Tokyo, Japan