Lilah Fowler is a British-Japanese artist based in London. She has worked internationally to create work for galleries and site-specific work for outdoor, public locations. Fowler’s work contemplates the influence of emerging digital culture on the contemporary landscape. Her sculptural installations run from digital to analogue processes and physical to virtual relationships, to create a deeper understanding of the geopolitics of our hyper-landscape. Her research process is investigative and very often influenced by collaborations with researchers from other disciplines – in previous projects she has worked with quantum physicists, computer programmers, mathematicians, weavers and bio-chemists. Her work has been supported by Arts Council England, Elephant Trust and the Henry Moore Foundation. Previous exhibitions and commissions include Firstsite, Colchester; Whitechapel Gallery, London; Whipps Cross Hospital, Waltham Forest London Borough of Culture 2019; Frauenmuseum, Germany; Bonner Kunstverein, Germany; Kunsthal KaDe, Netherlands and Museum Vasarely, Hungary.
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