Moriam Grillo [born London,1969] lives in Bedfordshire and studied Ceramics and, previously, Photography and Film, at the University of Westminster. Her current work involves durational installation, reliant on
participatory objection, using unfired clay to document feeling. This has extended Moriam’s work as a visual artist to include her recently completed training in art psychotherapy.
“I am interested in the ability of clay to reflect feeling. The physical dialogue between maker and material as well as participant and object intrigue me. My current work uses clay to record this expression, embodying collective memory and shared experience.”