Alanna Lawley

Lawley absorbs her environment’s physical terms, creating site-specific architectural constructions masquerading as photographic collages. Investigating how fragmented spaces can generate experiences of disassociation, anxiety and isolation; Lawley denies the viewer to fully orientate themselves in a specific time or place. Lawley graduated in Fine Art from Chelsea College of Art and Design. Her temporary, or representational environments consider the spatial and architectural relationships of the individual towards private space.

Selected exhibitions include: „The Positioning Project #1“, Centrum Berlin (2013); „sentient“, II II // I, Berlin (2013); „Architecture as Human Nature“, Supermarkt, Berlin (2012); „Duett“, with Matt Giel, Grizzly Grizzly, Philadelphia (2012); „Salon09“, Matt Roberts Arts, London (2009); „Future Map“, University of the Arts Gallery, London (2005) and „Experimental Video Art“, King Mongkuts Institute of Technology, Thailand (2004).