Annie Goliath is an interdisciplinary, socially engaged artist who lives and works in London. She works across a diverse array of mediums including moving image, performance, painting, writing. sound and community art. Her practice navigates the changing relationship between the human and non-human at the intersections between labour, gender, technology and ecology. She often places the past, present or potential futures in dialogue with each other as she explores notions of consciousness, inequality, memory and time.
In 2019, Annie completed her MFA in Fine Art at Goldsmiths, University of London. Her short film 'Attempts to Devour Time', was featured in the WomenCinemakers Biennial 2018 publication. In 2017, she was awarded Arts Council England Grants for the Arts for the 18-month project Recycle, Rewind and Animate and formed the AGBA collective in collaboration with the composer Black Astronaut. Recent group exhibitions and screenings include: SAY AAAAAHHHHH, The Old Operating Theatre Museum, London, 2019; Remains Screening, Tollis, London, 2019; Recycle, Rewind and Animate, The Ritzy Cinema, London, 2018; Spring Cleaning, G04 Crown Place Apartments, London, 2018; Between Democracies 1989-2014: Memory and Commemoration, Bratislava, 2017; Approaches to Fluidity, The Koppel Project Hive, London, 2017 and The Explorer Series: Invisible City Symphonies, various locations around London, 2016.
2014 - 2019 / MFA in Fine Art / Goldsmiths, University of London
2011 - 2014 / BA Honours in Fine Art and Graphic Design / UEL
Group Exhibitions and Screenings​​​​​​​​​​​​​​
2020 / Athens International Film and Video Festival / The Athena Cinema / Athens, Ohio, USA
2019 / GOLDSMITHS MFA DEGREE SHOW / Goldsmiths / London
2019 / SAY AAAAAHHHHH / The Old Operating Theatre Museum / A collaborative group, performance event working alongside ten Goldsmiths students, Murat Adash (PHD) and the invited artists/writers Prof. Cathy Lane and Dr. Salome Voegelin / London 
2019 / Remains Screening / Tollis / Curated by Katrinis Tam and Wojciech Kawczyk / London 
2018 / Recycle, Rewind and Animate / The Ritzy Cinema / Curated by Annie Goliath / London
2018 / Spring Cleaning / G04 Crown Place Apartments / Curated by Yuying Yang / London 
2017 / Between Democracies 1989-2014: Memory and Commemoration / An Eastern, Central Europe and South African exhibition curated by Judy Peter / Bratislava / Slovakia
2017 / Puncture / Pop-up Exhibition / Deptford / London
2017 / Approaches to Fluidity / The Koppel Project Hive / Curated by Pauline Batista / London
2016 / The Explorer Series: Invisible City Symphonies / a traveling exhibition of contemporary silent cinema presented with live original music scores and curated by Himali Singh Soin (London) and JJ Weihl (Berlin) / Various locations around London namely the Barge House, the Unison boat, a performance along the canal in Haggerston and St John on Bethnal Green
2016 / Rubbish & Romance / Deptford / London
2015 / Between Democracies 1989-2014: Memory and Commemoration (alongside 50 artists including William Kentridge, Berni Searle, Minette Vari, Diane Victor, Gordon Froud, Vuzi Beechamp and Nelmarie du Preez) / Constitution Hill / An Eastern, Central Europe and South African exhibition curated by Judy Peter / Johannesburg / South Africa
2015 / Breaking the Chains / Tower Gallery / Curated by Chris Simpson / London
2014 / Swap / Mill and Co. Project / Curated by Laura Marchionni / London
2014 / Time / Cock 'n' Bull Gallery / London
2014 / State of Flux / AVA Gallery / I curated this exhibition / London
2013 / Encrypt / The Crypt Gallery / I co-curated this exhibition alongside Desmond Zeederberg and Georgia Wisbey / London
2013 / Signed, Sealed and Delivered / Green Gallery / North Carolina / USA
2013 / Innominate / 5th Base Gallery / Curated by Olive Brazier and Charlotte De Burghe / London
2013/ Horse Meat / Cock 'n' Bull Gallery / London
2012 / Discordia / Trinity Buoy Wharf / London
2012 / Film Stills / Ground Floor Left / London
Awards and Grants
2017 / Arts Council Grants for the Arts for the 18-month project Recycle, Rewind and Animate / London
Article of my interview with Francis L. Quettier and Dora S. Tennant, WomenCinemakers publication, Special Issue, 2018, page 164:
Catalogue for the 'Between Democracies 1989-2014: Memory and Commemoration' exhibition which include essays by Judy Peter, ISBN I 978-606-547-266-2: Catalogue PDF
Events and Workshops
2017 - 2018 / Project manager, Arts Award advisor, artist and workshop leader for the 18-month Arts Council funded project Recycle, Rewind and Animate / London
2015 / Delivered spoken word and digital skills workshops / Hackney Community College / London
2014 / Designed the website and assisted with the launch of the OMSK online archive with the filmmaker Steven Eastwood / Moving Image Research Centre / UEL / London
2013 - present / Delivered animation workshops and a weekly art club / Lark Hall Primary School (Centre for Autism) and Morningside Children's Centre / London
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