Zadie Xa is a London-based Canadian artist whose work explores identity, desire and personal fantasy. Zadie completed an MA in Painting from the Royal College of Art (2014) and a BFA from Emily Carr University (2007), Vancouver, Canada. Selected exhibitions, projects and performances include: Basic Instructions B4 Leaving, Café OTO, London (2016); Deep Space Mathematics, #WanderingWilding: Movment as Movement (curated by Legacy Russell for Daata Editions) (2016); Kind of Flossy (curated by C.R.E.A.M.), Assembly Point Gallery, London (2016); 3 Thousand and 30 High Priestess of Pluto (with Eunjung Kim and Taylor Le Melle), Artsy X Whitechapel First Futures, Whitechapel Gallery London (2016); Coral North (curated by easy!upstream), Schwabinger Tor, Munich; Linguistic Legacies and Lunar Exploration, Saturday’s Live, Serpentine Gallery, London (2016); Looking at people, looking at art (curated by Mark Essen), Division of Labour, London (2016); The rose is without a “why”. It blooms because it blooms (curated by Sean Steadman), Carl Freedman Gallery, London (2016); At Home Salon: Double Acts, Marcelle Joseph Projects, Ascot; Ride the Chaktu, Serpentine Radio, Serpentine Gallery, London (2016); With Institutions Like These (curated by Victor Wang and Alex Meurice),The Averard Hotel, London (2016); Meduse-Caput, Westminister Waste, London (2016); Living Room in the Tropics, NTU Centre of Contemporary Art, Singapore (2015); Silent Barn, Brooklyn, New York (2015); Video Nacht Klub, Brussels Art Department, Brussels (2015); Space Station 51, Area 51, London (2015); Faux Sho, Assembley House, Leeds (2015); Studio Voltaire Open: 2015 (selected by Cory Arcangel and Hanne Mugaas), Studio Voltaire, London (2015); and Figuratively Speaking, Marcelle Joseph Projects at heike moras art, London, (2015).