Paris • France
Libre-service, 2019, installation, silkscreen on jersey, dimensions variable, Barbès-Rochechouart subway station © Kim Bradford
Kim Bradford sees the world and human relationships as spaces for reflection and supports for creation. With poetry, humour and a touch of cynicism, she questions the codes shaping human relationships. A large part of her research places the spectator at the centre, making them intervene in the activation of installations and art devices. These devices, whether simple or more complex, do not fail to leave an important place for the random and the unforeseen. Her universe is nourished by multiple influences, whether cinematographic, literary or musical, often stemming from popular culture, the world of work and consumer society.