Amelia Barratt is an artist based in Glasgow working with painting, writing and performance. She studied at Glasgow School of Art and received an MFA from Slade School of Art, London. Between 2016–2019 she programmed performance series Oral Rinse with Martha Barratt across different venues in London, and in 2021 was artist in residence for the Library at Drawing Room, London. 

Recent projects include texts performed in response to the work of other painters including Gabriella Boyd, Dickon Drury, Devlin Shea and Guo-Liang Tan. Commissions for audio works include shows at Uferhallen, Berlin; Kendall Koppe, Glasgow; Hypha Studios, London and Museum of London. Her writing has been featured by MAP Magazine, Barbican Online, David Dale Gallery and on Resonance FM. 

She is the author of Real Life, a collection of spoken texts published by Charles Asprey (2022) in print and audio. In 2023 an audio collaboration with the artist Christian Flamm, An Entertainment, was released on cassette with Studio Scilla.