Dawn Woolley’s artwork is a feminist critique of consumer culture. She examines representations of gender in popular culture to draw attention to stereotypes. Sculpted objects – made with a variety of materials including concrete, rubbish, blancmange, and rotting meat – function as portraits of different types of consumer. We are what we consume. She also creates public domain interventions in physical commercial advertising spaces in cities and in virtual ones on online social networking sites.
Dawn Woolley (UK) is a visual artist using photography, video, installation, performance, and sound. Woolley received a first-class degree in Fine Art Printmaking from Manchester Metropolitan University (2001). She completed an MA in Photography (2008) and PhD by project in Fine Art (2017) at the Royal College of Art.
This exhibition was supported by Leeds Arts University.