STEVEN LOWERY

Night People vs Creeping Meatballism, 2003

Mixed media on paper.

29 x 20.5 cm.

$2,500
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In these flamboyant and loud drawings, fragments of casual conversations or slogans crash together as if trying to squeeze each other out. The dynamic energy in Lowery's work has been greatly influenced by music, from the free jazz of Ornette Coleman to the free form rants and non-sequiturs of The Fall’s Mark E Smith.

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STEVEN LOWERY

Steven Lowery (UK, 1980) is a Newcastle-based visual artist using multimedia to express dissatisfaction with the saccharine materialism that pollutes popular culture. His drawings and paintings often comprise a psychedelic mixture of media containing WordArt within an amorphous visual frame. Samples of his signature captions include "It's not easy being a dolphin" and "I am the king", though there's a well of language to be unpacked in pockets of his works. Lowery has been shown in such galleries as Jerwood Space, London (2011); Geoffrey Young Gallery, Great Barrington, MA, US (2010); The Drawing Center. New York (2007).

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