Lilah Fowler, biography, install shots, exhibitions, artworks, sculptures, installations, collages
Lilah Fowler, born in London, UK in 1981, is of British-Japanese descent and she currently lives and works in London, UK. She completed her BA (Hons) in Sculpture at Edinburgh College of Art in 2005 and received her MA in Sculpture from Royal College of Art, London in 2008.
Fowler’s work examines the common, mutable languages that inform how we interpret our surroundings. Sculptures, images and other elements draw on sources that include the planning of natural and urban environments and their architectural design values, combining into responsive and intricate installations. Recent works have involved collaborations with biochemists, quantum physicists, computer programmers, mathematicians and weavers. For her most recent body of work she has spent several research periods in the South West of the USA, the Lake District and Dungeness, UK, including residencies at Montello Foundation, Nevada, USA (2016) and Joshua Tree Desert Highlands, California, USA (2013).
Selected exhitbitions :
‘Code Clay, Data Dirt’ at Firstsite, Colchester; ‘nth nature’ at Galerie Gisela Clement, Bonn and Assembly Point, London; ‘Bauhaus’ at Frauenmuseum Bonn; ‘Sie Machen Was Sie Wollen’ at Varna City Gallery, Bulgaria, curated by Mélange, Cologne; and ‘PURE LIGHT’ at Vasarely Museum, Budapest, curated by Dora Mauer.
ART ROTTERDAM + NFT ReleaseSolo show by Lilah Fowler 19 - 22 May 2022On the occasion of the ART ROTTERDAM art fair, UN-SPACED is pleased to present a monographic exhibition dedicated to the work of the British-Japanese artist Lilah Fowler (b. 1981). Fowler's...
Le soleil se lève aussiA group show at Manifesta - Lyon 6 Mar - 21 Apr 2021Le soleil se lève aussi At the kind invitation of Céline Melon Sibille, the founder of Manifesta Lyon, the UN-SPACED gallery is pleased to present a group exhibition 'Le...
Ubiquity18 Dec 2020 - 28 Feb 2021'Ubiquity' is an online group exhibition, embracing its virtual form of presentation by inviting the audience to view the artworks via their mobile devices within their home setting. The exhibition...