Lorrice Douglas uses installation, photography, sound and written texts to explore relations between interior, psychological and observational space. In her practice she engages with artworks that exist between contexts; the historical, the archival and the fictional and the way the ambiguities of these works are experienced by the viewing subject.
Lorrice studied Fine Art at the Slade and went on to participate in De Ateliers Studio Programme, Amsterdam. Projects include residencies and exhibitions at The British School at Athens, London Creative Network - SPACE, Beacon Art Project, Grizedale Arts, The Foundling Museum, Artsadmin and The National Trust.
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