Beth Kettel is a cross-disciplinary artist, living and working in Nottingham, with a strong record of developing artworks in varied contexts across the UK and internationally.
Grounded in experimental texts, Kettel’s work manifests across costume, sound, text, voice and gesture, with an interest in the flexibility and obscurity of language, action and objects. Often borrowing structural devices from popular culture, for example sport, music videos and recipes, Kettel creates multi layered performance, video and installation works.
Recent solo shows include ICA Art & Screen Network, Phoenix, Leicester, 2018; Zabludowicz Collection Invites, London, 2017; Eastside Projects, Birmingham, 2016; Two Queens, Leicester, 2016; Hutt Gallery, Nottingham, 2016, Telfer Gallery, Glasgow (2015).
Specially commissioned performances include Cob Gallery, London (2018), Caustic Coastal, Salford (2017), Jerwood Space, London (2016), and Art Sheffield (2016).