Isobel Lutz-Smith attempts to create ephemeral sculptural installations, which use the personification of objects and their design as the basis for narratives. These are recorded in both performance and film to investigate the idea of Progress – something that underlies all notions of modernity.
Isobel Lutz-Smith was born in Kirkcaldy, Scotland. She has had the opportunity to work across the world participating and organising exhibitions, talks and publications including at the V&A in London, 561/563 in Mumbai, MAP in Copenhagen and NOTCH 10 in Beijing. Recently she has been involved in the research and production of an exhibition for GI 2018 at the Mitchell library and a publication for Little Sparta alongside artists Sarah Tripp and Jamie Green whilst developing a new piece of work entitled SausageworksTM.