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Lilah Fowler

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Lilah Fowler at Maria Stenfors 10/10/13

Just as reading a text is a journey from start to finish, the reading of an artwork and exhibition is dictated by the same process. Lilah Fowler’s exhibition invites us to explore our relationship to space and our experience of it, the passage of moving through a physical space and experiencing its proportions and elements. Separate elements are disassociated from their original context, creating an unexpected pairing of matter and material. The forced arrangement of space rendering the fam... [more]

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Lewis Amar, Fiona Banner, NOJ BARKER, Simon Bedwell, Jo Broughton, Steven Claydon, Oliver Clegg, Darren Coffield, Kim Coleman, Mat Collishaw, Jeremy Deller, Sarah Dobai, Cordelia Donohoe, Tracey Emin, Simon English, Lilah Fowler, Margarita Gluzberg, Anthony Green, Marcus Harvey, Polly Hayward, John Hilliard, Jenny Hogarth, Phillipa Horan, Sebastian Horsley, Barnaby Hosking, Henry Hudson, Marc Hulson, Thomas Hutton, Alison Jackson, Sarah Jones, Claire De Jong, Alan Kane, John Kindness, Joanna kirk, Pippa Koszerek, Jim Lambie, Michael Landy, Peter Liversidge, Dan Macmillan, Melanie Manchot, Toby Mott, Tim Noble, Meredith Ostrom, Emer O’Brien, IRIS PALMER, Nick Pantazopoulas, Benedetto Pietromarchi, Pinkietessa®, Simon Popper, David Rayson, Sophy Rickett, Peter Rourke, Robert Rubbishman, Martin Sexton, Jamie Shovlin, Bob and Roberta Smith, Bridget Smith, Graham Snow, Jemima Stehli, Tim Stoner, Milly Thompson, Mark Titchner, Gavin Turk, Keith Tyson, Gillian Wearing, Sue Webster, Jeanine Woollard, Jonathan Yeo at Vegas Gallery February 18th, 2010 - March 28th, 2010
Posted 3/7/10

      A Peeping Tom – someone who pries, who looks when it is inappropriate to do so, who is curious with a side of sleaze.  It is a phrase with negative connotations and implications of unpleasantness and preying on the vulnerable.  Is it a phrase we should use in the context of contemporary artists?  Perhaps.  Many are drawn to issues that make their viewers uncomfortable, and many look at the world in a way that the rest of us try to avoid.  But do they look because they want to,... [more]

5 From the Sawdust Review  
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Lilah Fowler at Brown Collective at Peles Empire January 14th, 2009 - February 28th, 2009
Posted 3/2/09

"The lines on the wall, polished stainless steel sculptures, and colorful tetrahedron skeletons all seem to fuse to create one piece of art, not unlike a stage set - an artificial world. But there is just not enough in the exhibition to effectively fill up such a space; it is too uniform and spindly." sawdustreview.wordpress.com for the full review.peace [more]

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