Flo Brooks is an artist based between Brighton and the South-West. Predominantly a painter working in acrylic on wood, Brooks also draws upon a broader practice informed by the application and production of drawing, collage, publication and social practice, to interrogate relationships between gender, community, architecture and labour.
Flo Brooks graduated with a BFA Fine Art from Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art, University of Oxford in 2010. Recent solo exhibitions include Scrubbers, Project Native Informant, London, 2018, What Comes To Matter, a Plymouth Platform award for Plymouth Art Weekender, Plymouth, 2018, and Is Now a Good Time? Cubitt Gallery, London, 2017. Group exhibitions include Kiss My Genders, Hayward Gallery, London, 2019, and Survey, Jerwood Space, London, which travelled to G39, Cardiff, Bluecoat, Liverpool and Baltic, Gateshead, 2018- 2019.
He is currently working on a Clapham Public Realm Commission with Studio Voltaire, London, developing a mural informed by LGBTQ+ and feminist narratives connected with Clapham Common.