The British artist will debut her first novel Empress 66 99, with performative readings inside a sculptural installation
Georgina Starr (b. 1968, Leeds, lives in London) is known for creating works with complex emotional narratives, in which she explores female identity, history, fiction and biography to create multi-layered theatrical events. For Frieze Projects, Starr will debut her first novel Empress 66 99, through performative readings inside a sculptural installation.
Georgina Starr’s work has been shown in acclaimed galleries worldwide. Recently Starr’s works have been displayed at Tate Britain, The Drawing Room, De La Warr Pavillion, Cooper Gallery, Glasgow International, Centre Pompidou-Metz, and is the subject of a major survey exhibition at FRAC Franche-Comte this summer. Starr will lecture at the ICA, London on 7 July 2017.