Kim Pace’s work encompasses sculpture, painting, drawing and moving image. Her work is concerned with themes of identity and character.
An investigation into physical and psychological transformation underpins Pace’s practice and research. This is explored through the relationship between the comic, the carnivalesque and the human figure. Pace aims to convey the universal emotional and psychological tensions that remain central and constant to the human condition.
Pace has held several prestigious residencies and fellowships at institutions such as the Hayward Gallery in London and the Sheffield Museums and Galleries Trust. She has also been commissioned by English Heritage.
Pace’s curatorial work ranges from the ‘Doodle to Digit’ conference at Tate Britain to ‘Cult Fiction’ for Hayward Gallery Touring.
Pace has had solo shows in the United Kingdom, United States of America, Ireland, Australia and Germany.