Artist, director and founder of Factum Arte was born in England in 1959. He studied the arts at he Ruskin school of Drawing in Oxford and at the Royal College of Art, London spending periods of time studying in Spain and at the Cite International des Arts in Paris.
His artistic work has been extensively exhibited and he has had large scale survey exhibitions in St Petersburg (Marble Palace, Russian State 1999) and Mexico DF (Museo National de Arte Grafica, 2004)
His latest works reflect his interest in mediation and surface and are concerned with the interconnected relationship between our understanding of reality and the diverse methods we use to represent it. An interest which has led him into close collaborations with sociologist Bruno Latour, philosophers Adrian Cussins and Brian Cantwell-Smith, the historian of science Simon Schaffer, and art historians Joseph Koerner and Dario Gamboni.
Adam Lowe is considered one of the leading innovators in the field of digital mediation and Factum Arte has become his obsession .
Clean as my teeth, straight as my tie. Here in all their greasy glory are the power-hungry political chameleons of Nixon’s America, flossing for office and combing for Capitol Hill. What do you see in the mesmerised stare? Learned or lobotomised? Groomed or doomed?
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