Sally Plowman researches and develops collaborative working methods that explore the energy of interpersonal chemistry.
Working broadly across mediums including performance, music, sculpture, drawing and animation, as well as hosting events and interventions, there is a focus on the live, creating mortal art that lives and dies with other mortal beings. Everything revolves around feeling engulfed together. The world ending. Taking small encounters and realising the significance of the feelings, holding onto them, caring and not caring, moving and not moving. Trying to have fun.
Sally Plowman graduated in 2020 with a BA in Fine Art from The Slade School of Fine Art, London. She has exhibited work around the UK, including performing clown shows at Supernormal Festival (2019) and in the De La Warr Pavilion car park (PARK(ing) Day, 2018), and playing with her band Shaky Dome at Southwark Park Galleries (A Friends Rendezvous, 2019). She has performed in an immersive production with Persona Collective in the Old Central Saint Martins campus in Holborn (The Halfway House, 2020). Sally also curated a year-long programme of events in two converted chapels in Lincolnshire (A Year of Nostalgia, 2018-19) and has co-hosted drumming workshops, jam sessions, and bread club alongside her practice.