Zuza Mengham is a London-based Artist. Rooted in a preoccupation with abstracted form, materials and their stories, her work explores the join between traditional crafts and new methods of making. The use and manipulation of materials within her work invites questions about the ways in which they are synthesised. Formal arrangements are put under pressure, combining elements that might be expected to oppose one another, so that new associations can materialize. Often sculptural work serves to create a sensorial tie or anchor to ideas of landscape, spaces and geologies, both actual and forged. The results have the effect of compacted narratives, merging natural and synthetic elements, both historical and contemporary.


Method, Make and Modern Sculpture, London Craft Week, J&M Davidson, London

Abstract vs Figure 1952 – 2019, Pinsent Masons, London


Otomys Gallery, Battersea Art Fair, London

We See, We Hear You, Subject Matter Art at The Hospital Club, London

Otomys Gallery, Stockholm Art Fair, Stockholm


Prototypes and Experiments, Aram Gallery, London

Rising Talent, Award Winner, Maison Et Objet, Paris

Lichen x Jesmonite, London Design Fair, Hole & Corner installation, London

Modern Ancient Land, Otomys Gallery, Melbourne, Australia

Riposte 9, KK Outlet, London


As Above, So Beneath, Chopping Block Gallery, London

Sculpting Scent, Conran Marylebone, London


We Shape London, Apricot Gallery Rag Factory, London


Divine Party Time, Inland Studios, London


On Board 2: Tram Shed, London

Closed Quarters, Vyner Street Gallery, London

Degree Show, Wimbledon College of Art, UAl, London


Panic Wagon, Fold Gallery, London

Echoes of Other Worlds, Stables Gallery, Orleans House Gallery, London

Nooks and Crannies, Moss & Co. London


Park 09, Cannizzaro Park public exhibition, London

Out of Bounds, Camden Art Center, London

Hobnob 1: Fakery, InQBate Gallery, Brighton