Beth Bramich is a writer. She writes reviews, critical texts and essays. She has contributed to Art Monthly, Afterall, Frieze, Apollo Magazine and Burlington Contemporary. She graduated in 2015 from the Critical Writing in Art & Design MA programme at the Royal College of Art. She currently works at Central Saint Martins and Chelsea, University of the Arts London, as an associate lecturer and is a PhD student in the Sociology department at Goldsmiths, University of London.
Beth is a cultural tenant with Flatness at Studio Voltaire, and worked as an editor on their latest publication Queer Diasporic Futurity. She is part of the working group for the Feminist Duration Reading Group and a member of the research network, Group Work: Contemporary Art and Feminism, convened by Catherine Grant, Amy Tobin and Rachel Warriner.
Beth has previously worked at Afterall Research Centre, Matt’s Gallery, The Showroom, Frieze, Eastside Projects and Nottingham Contemporary.