Sophie Huckfield (she/they) is a research-based artist, designer and writer, based between Walsall and London, UK.

Their practice is collaborative, political and site-specific. Underpinned by the concept of polyphony and intersectional feminist practice, their work is concerned with platforming and reframing overlooked voices, histories, stories and experiences, which connect to themes around labour, technology, craft, social-class, and (de)industrialisation. When developing work she draws on archival and research materials to co-produce multidisciplinary artworks which move between video, repurposed tools and sculpture, installations and writings.

Previously they have exhibited, performed and screened at The Barbican, The Design Museum, Dutch Design Week, London Design Festival, Two Queens, Vivid Projects, Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, Eastside Projects amongst others. Alongside been commissioned for British Art Show 9 Partner Schools program with Arts Connect and Wolverhampton Museum and Art Gallery.

Recently she published her debut book OUTWORK with Multistory and Historic England funded through The Everyday Heritage Grant: Celebrating Working Class Histories.

Current projects include a feminist and queer reframing of the Luddite Movement as part of the Near Now Fellowship at Broadway in Nottingham.  

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