Lorna Bauer

LORNA BAUER works mainly in photography, installation, and, most recently, glass and bronze. Bauer’s works reference architecture, urban planning, and the personal histories of a particular place. Her formal language and use of materials often alludes to ideas of city planners, urban theorists and thinkers such as Jane Jacobs, Walter Benjamin, and Cornelia Oberlander, among others. Bauer has recently presented her work at The Loon (Toronto), CK2 Gallery (New York), The Darling Foundry (Montreal), and Model Projects (Vancouver), among other places. Bauer has participated in numerous national and international residencies, including stays in Paris, New York, The Banff Centre, and most recently the Atlantic Center for the Arts (Florida) working with the artist Josiah McElheny. She operates the artist project space L’escalier (together with Jon Knowles and Vincent Bonin).

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