Laura Wilson (b.1983, Belfast, N. Ireland) is an artist based in London. Wilson investigates the forces of representation that determine our understanding of the material world. Her practice is wide-ranging, working across performance, sculpture, video and lectures. Negotiation is a necessary strategy in the production of her work, which often involves collaborations or exchanges with specialists, enacting the creation or displacement of materials and ideas. Wilson has developed a specific interest in how methods for hand-making bread are passed from generation to generation, and how this process provides a counterpoint to the increasing pace of mechanical production and technologies used today. Whilst at Delfina Foundation, Wilson developed Trained on Veda, an exploration of Veda Bread, a dark brown malt loaf produced in Northern Ireland, UK. Selected exhibitions and performances include: SPACE, London (2016); Site Gallery, Sheffield (2016); Workshop East, London (2016); Whitstable Biennale 2014, Whitstable, UK (2014); Camden Arts Centre, London, UK (2013); RIBA, London (2016); Turner Contemporary, Margate, UK (2013); OUTPOST, Norwich, UK (2012); W139, Amsterdam, The Netherlands (2012); De Warande, Turnhout, Belgium (2012); Clonlea Studios, Dublin, Ireland (2011); Vitrine Gallery, London, UK (2011); Siobhan Davies Studios, London, UK (2010).