Sofía Clausse (b.1989, Argentina) is a multi-disciplinary artist currently based in London. She completed her BFA at the Rhode Island School of Design (2014), and the postgraduate program at the Royal Academy Schools in London (2022).

Her practice is a research into repetition, time, language, and translation through the use of painting, paper, text, and ceramics. Custom tools and systems are continuously invented to create an ongoing visual lexicon that collapses the distinction between semantics and semiotics – signs and meanings endlessly contain each other. 

Clausse’s thinking is guided by a textile logic and a circular use of material. Elements interweave and extend like a labyrinthic path across the practice, and what was discovered or what remains in one piece informs and transforms into the next.

This path of the practice becomes a line through time, that loops and knots, following itself and connecting its ends left loose. The line entangles with other knots on other lines, creating a mesh where playing becomes thinking becomes making

She follows the labyrinthic path of her practice, in which works transform into other works, creating a knotted mesh where playing becomes thinking becomes making.

Contact:
studio@sofiaclausse.com
instragram: @sofiaclausse




Solo exhibitions

2022
Royal Academy Schools Show 2022. Link

2021
Now-here, now-there at Eve Leibe Galery, London, UK. Link

Along the lines at Kupfer, curated by Inês Geraldes Cardoso, London, UK. Link

Group exhibitions

2021
Between the Lines at Grove Collective, London, UK. Link

A New Art World at Guts Gallery, London, UK. Link
2020
Summer Exhibition 2020 at the Royal Academy of Arts, London, UK. Link

S.O.L. System of Language at Eve Leibe Gallery. Link

re:assembly at Nationale Gallery, Portland, USA. Link


Artists' Tools at Special Special Gallery, New York, USA. Link

Premiums Interim Projects at the Royal Academy of Arts, London, UK. Link

Textural Codes at Koppel Project Exchange, London, UK. Link
2019
LANDGRAB at The Shop at Sadie Coles HQ, London, UK.

Ginny Projects x Sinkhole Project at a fence in Museum Gardens, London, UK. Link