Lead Producer at Body Remedy, a Glasgow-based [forming] ecology that centres physical practice for self-recovery. Contributors and participants of Body Remedy are black people and people of colour who identify as women and non-binary.

Resident Artist at Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art, Middlesbrough, as part of the UAL Decolonising Arts Institute 20/20 Commission.

Read my response to some questions asked by the commissioners here.

Zoë Zo, Zoë Tumika & Zoë Guthrie is an artist from and living in Glasgow, Scotland.

They experience making art and supporting the creative practices of others as a way to
be (a)live, 
shift through space 
exist in multiple temporalities. 
Zoë works predominantly with clay, making ceramics using handbuilding techniques as well as wheel throwing. They also make using pen (lettering and drawing) and moving image.
Informed by the politics of Black Radicalism, Zoë employs narrative building and dismantling, listening and questioning, to consider alternative understandings and activate further possibilities as a means towards liberation.
Lovingly always becoming, they are a gut listener, metabolising through creative, untethered processes. 


‘MY FRIEND’ (2023 - still bein made), red stoneware.

zoetumika.com    2024