Kim L Pace


Kim L Pace works with material that explores the edges between fact and fiction - including history and folk tales, literature and anthropology, to create drawings, installations and stop motion animations. For Bad Animals she is showing a series of animations populated by anthropomorphised creatures. In the sinister yet humorous Clone the figure of a human girl undergoes the transformation into a hybrid, bearing a close resemblance to the half-human/ half-fox character doing the remodelling. Another work features a small female cat that appears to lift her skirt in a provocative manner.

Recent exhibitions include My Penguin, 39 Gallery, London; MuseumMan Santiago, Chile; Curiouser & Curiouser, McLean County Art Center, USA. Too Much is not Enough, Transition Gallery; Drawing Biennial, The Drawing Room, London; Gymnasium Fellowship show, Berwick-upon-Tweed.