Lilah Fowler

Drawings For Land Use #56

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Year 2024
Medium Paper and plastic collage
Dimensions 30.3 x 22.7 cm
Nominated by Chris Fite Wassilak

About the work

Lilah Fowler is British-Japanese artist based in London. Moving between digital, analogue and organic methods, from hand-weaving and ceramics to algal growths and bespoke image-generating software, Fowler’s artwork draws on issues of landscape and infrastructure to create a deeper understanding of the geopolitics of our hyper-landscape. In sculptural-led installations that incorporate textile, clay, found object, film and sound, often influenced by collaborations or conversations with researchers from other disciplines, her work explores the potential for abstraction inherent in any medium, and the possibilities of translation between materials along the spectrum from plastic to pixel.

The collage is part of a series drawing on depictions of desert landscapes, as a space that embodies many of the raw conceptions of both untouched nature and hidden technologies – such as solar, wind, and data farms – using colour and pattern to highlight and change its features.

Career Highlights

Recent solo exhibitions:Code Clay, Dirt Data, First Site, Colchester, UK, (2019); nth nature, Galerie Gisela Clement, Bonn, Germany (2018); nth nature, Assembly Point, London, UK (2018). Recent group exhibitions: Intimate Data, Two-person show with Zoë Mendelson, 105 French Street, Glasgow, UK (2023); Woven Roving, curated by Michelle Grabner, Galerie Gisela Clement, Bonn, Germany (2022);  My Kid could’ve Done That, curated by Astrid and William Cooper, The Holburne Museum, Bath, UK (2021); Desde el Salón (From the Living Room), Whitechapel Gallery, London (2021); LE SOLEIL SE LÈVE AUSSI, Manifesta, Lyon, France (2021)

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