Sisi Savidge is a writer, artist and DJ based in Berlin. She developed her fine art practice first at Falmouth University, followed by Wimbledon College of Art and Willem de Kooning Academie Rotterdam. Her love of the absurd combines with linguistic follies; an obsession with misunderstandings; and object-subject state transience to create chaos and an esoteric collection of photographs, scribbles and pictures of grapefruits. Savidge has been working on a book of poetry for what seems like a century and continues to collaborate across mediums with other lunatics. Her favourite number is two. She is a resident DJ on London-based Rhythm and Frames, a guest writer for Coeval Magazine and also writes copy for the global outreach project Tales of Us. She dedicates much of her time to working with charities such as MIND UK, Black Minds Matter, Reclaim the Block, Shelter and Charity: Water.
"My Love is Your Love" Every Woman Biennial 2021 | Copeland Gallery, London | June 2021
"This is What I Wanted To Avoid But Look Now" | Mehringdamm Studios, Berlin | January 2021
Winter Gallery: Kunstladen | ACaU@ Uferstudios Für Zeitgenössischen Tanz, Berlin | December 2020
Fine Art Degree Show | Wimbledon College of Art, London | June 2018
"All Good Things" | Wimbledon College of Art, London | January 2018