The Kings Room, West Dean CollegeFree event
Lothar Götz's practice ranges from site-specific wall paintings and room-sized installations to paintings and drawings. Common to each is Götz's engagement with architectural space and his characteristic use of abstract geometric forms, colour fields, and an intense use of line. Götz's large-scale wall drawings are dialogues with given environments, which have included foyers, reading rooms, offices and staircases. The patterns that Götz develops are intuitive, balanced, and sharply defined, presenting an exuberant and joyful show of colour.
Götz completed an MA at the Royal College of Art after studying in Germany at Aachen, Düsseldorf and Wuppertal. He is represented by Domobaal in London and Petra Rinck Gallery in Düsseldorf. His solo exhibitions include Domobaal, London, 2016; Petra Rinck Gallery, Düsseldorf, 2009; and Rahncontemporary, Zürich, 2008. Group shows include the Contemporary Art Society's ARTfutures, Bloomberg SPACE, 2005; David Risley Gallery, London, 2007; and MIMA, Middlesbrough, 2007.
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