Holly Buckle (b. 1992 Reading, UK) is a London-based artist and activist whose practice is rooted in research from Queer pasts, centering around queer bodies, for action today, towards queer futures.

Their practice has emphasis on collaborative group work often manifesting as a multi-sensory installation using visual, participatory, performative, haptic, olfactory, and audio elements. They have a BA in Photography from Arts University Bournemouth (2013) and an MFA in Fine Art Media from the Slade School of Fine Art (2021). Recent exhibitions include, GLF at 50 The Art of Protest, Platform Gallery, London, Intimacy Spills, Barbican Arts Trust, London and Act Up London (Fight Back Fight Aids) at Dalston Superstore, London. In 2021 they were selected for the 2021/22 Adrian Carruthers Award.