The practice of artist Uriel Orlow is research-based, process-oriented and multi-disciplinary including film, photography, drawing and sound. His work is concerned with residues of colonialism, spatial manifestations of memory, blind spots of representation and the botanical world as a stage for politics at large.
Uriel Orlow lives and works in London and Lisbon. He studied at Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design London, the Slade School of Art, University CollegeLondon and the University of Geneva, completing a PhD in Fine Art. Orlow is known for single screen film works, lecture performances and modular, multi-media installations that focus on specific locations and micro histories, bringing different image-regimes and narrative modes into correspondence. His work has been shown internationally in museums and galleries including Tate Modern,Tate Britain, Whitechapel Gallery, ICA, Palais de Tokyo in Paris and Kunsthaus Zurich alongside many other renowned galleries and museums.