Bio: My work is a study of personalities and environments that complement imitate and incorporate elements of everyday life. My work reflects interpretations of everyday life, catching moments in time. These pieces internalize and project mundane, often overlooked interactions of individuals in society, creating compelling imagery and an intimate view of “persona”. There seems to be an accepted social disconnect or disassociation that enables us to ignore the undesirable or disadvantaged of society. People often choose how they reveal themselves or are perceived by others, unveiling a façade, discarding moral conscience. These works depict isolation, disassociation and violation, vs. confidence, security, and contentment. My work is a study of personalities and environments. My images digest the posture of individuals while faces reflect their stories. These strangers are subjects in my continuing series of artwork.
I enjoy the challenge of working with a diversity of materials, taking simple paper and wire, turning them into provocative sculpture. I am always equipped with camera in hand, photographing people in their natural environments. They often share their stories and are happy to be the subject of my work. Other images are candid shots taken from afar when the subjects cannot be interrupted from their actions I appreciate the complexity of each piece, collapsing three dimensional pieces into 2 and 3 dimensional space. I love the process of combining photography, wire, papier mache and painting. My images seek out the moments of quiet humanity rapidly recording the spontaneous unfolding of life in the street. This innovative, figurative analysis is a socio/ psycho study created to bring light to the attention seekers and the overlooked of our society.
Lori Horowitz is a multi-faceted artist, with emphasis of her work in sculpture, painting and set design. She received a BFA in Visual Arts from S.U.N.Y. Purchase. Throughout her career, she has produced sculptures and paintings and installations, accumulating a large body of artwork. She has shown her work in galleries and museums throughout the NY area and in the U.K. She creates sculpture and multi- media artwork as well as working as a set designer and scenic artist for TV /theater and film . She has been actively involved with supporting and mentoring artists and continues to teach, design and create art to promote the spread of culture and creative expression. In 2013, she formed a not-for-profit artspace, “Studio 5404” where she worked as a curator and director. This community gallery showed quality cutting edge artwork in all media created by under-represented and emerging artists. After a successful 3.5 year run, she left the gallery in June 2016. She is independently curating shows while primarily concentrating on creating and exhibiting her own artwork.