Ismene King (b.1993) is a sculptress and ceramist. She is a graduate from the MFA Sculpture programme at the Slade School of Fine Art, London. She currently lives and works in Athens, focusing on a practice which explores emotion and embodiment as a methodology for making. Her work has been shown in the solo exhibition ‘Encounters in wreath-knot-chain formations’ (2021), The Breeder Gallery, Athens (2021). Selected group exhibitions include ‘True Love Leaves No Traces’, Galerist, Istanbul (2022), ‘Livings’, 28 Sutherland Square, London (2018), ‘(dis)placement’, Jacaranda, Rio de Janeiro and Off-Quay, London (2017), ‘MEMEMEME’, The Crypt Gallery, London (2017), ‘XXL’, Hotel Elephant, London (2016). She has received the G&A Mamidakis Foundation Art Prize 2022 and the Jeanne Szego Award (2017).