Leila Ziu is a British-Libyan-Spanish artist and filmmaker.

My work is a discovery through participation and play. A practice based around the liminal space that invites us to surrender, that shakes us out of our habitual life; a space to release control, release judgement and dissolve the self. With one foot rooted on solid ground, the other in the air; the logical and illogical in partnership, in an attempt to escape the de-humanising forces of post-modern society.

leilaziu@gmail.com
@leilaziu

 
 
 

PREVIOUSLY

‘Earwig’ film screening at GRRL HAUS Cinema, Berlin, Jun 19
‘Earwig’ film screening at VAFT, Finland, May 19
’Earwig’ film screening at ‘Underground On The Up’, group show, Silver Building, London, May 19
‘Earwig’ film screening at Festival Oodaaq, France, May 19
‘Earwig’ film screening at RAGFF Venezia, Italy, Dec 18
‘Earwig’ film screening at Istanbul Experimental Film Festival, Turkey, Nov 18
Performance at Amanda Mostöm's solo show 'Doing it in the park, doing if after dark', Castor Projects, London, Jan 2017
'The Worst Seats In The House', group show curated by 'It's Kind Of Hard To Explain', London, 2017
Local presents: Dance Freedom, group show, V3 Gallery, London 2017
Théâtre de l'ordinaire: Carte Blanche, a collaborative show with Maëva Berthelot, V3 Gallery, London, 2017
‘Vacuum’, performance at Nadine Shaban’s show, The Koppel Hive Project, London 2017
’Doppel’ screening at Dance Film Festival UK, part of The Fi:ELD Festival, London, 2015
’Doppel’ screening at Converse Cons Project, London, 2014
’Doppel’ screening, The Place, London, 2014
’Doppel’ screening, The Old Market, Brighton, 2014
’Doppel’ screening, Dance East, Ipswich, 2014
’Doppel’ screening, South Hill Park, Bracknell, 2014
’Doppel’ screening, Dance City, Newcastle, 2014
BP Source Spotlight Display, Tate Britain, 2014
Curation of Dimensions Festival site art, Croatia, 2012-2013
Curation of Outlook Festival site art, Croatia, 2011-2013
2010, 'Power On', London College of Communication, London 2010
Exhibited at The Wallace Collection, winner of Camden Arts Competition, London, 2009


BA (Hons) Graphic Design, Manchester School of Art, 2013
Foundation Diploma in Art & Design, London College of Communication, 2010