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Fliss Quick Bradshaw Bradshaw'

Fliss Quick (b 1978, Sheffield, UK) is a cross-disciplinary artist whose works range from site-specific and ephemeral actions, to print, sound and installation. Using narrative as a means of interrogation, she presents pieces as pseudo-factual objects, blurring the distinction between fact and fiction: she looks to raise questions about, and essentially subvert, social norms and assumptions. Fliss has exhibited internationally and completed residencies in Malaysia, Canada, Coventry and Birmingham. She received the Mary. E. Hofstetter Legacy Award for Visual Arts in 2015. She is currently based in Canterbury, New Zealand.