Uriel Orlow

Orlow’s practice is research-based, process-oriented and multi-disciplinary including film, photography, drawing and sound. He is known for single screen film works, lecture performances and modular, multi-media installations that focus on specific locations and micro-histories and bring different image-regimes and narrative modes into correspondence. His work is concerned with spatial manifestations of memory, blind spots of representation and forms of haunting.

Uriel Orlow lives and works in London and Lisbon. In 2018 he had solo shows in Sicily, St Gallen, Johannesburg, Durban, Paris, Bath and Ireland. Orlow's work is presented widely in museums, film festivals and international survey shows including most recently at Manifesta 12, Palermo (2018), 2nd Yinchuan Biennial (2018), 13th Sharjah Biennial 13 (2017), 7th Moscow Biennial (2017), EVA Biennial, Limerick (2016). Uriel Orlow teaches on the MFA at ZHdK Zurich, and is an artist-researcher at University of Westminster, London and a visiting professor at Royal College of Art, London.