Erratics includes Chowdhary’s recent paintings, sculptures and installations made from ceramic, wood and industrial materials. Lubna Chowdhary combines manufacturing processes with intuitive hand-made techniques. Chowdhary gathers ideas and techniques from manufacturing, design and architecture. Her works combine personal memories with references to art and material culture from around the globe, questioning what is valued and what is overlooked. Lubna Chowdhary was born in 1964 in Dodoma, Tanzania before moving with her family to Rochdale, UK. She now lives and works in London. Having worked as an artist for 35 years, she has created several significant public artworks. This is her first large-scale museum exhibition. Erratics is organised in partnership with PEER, London, with thanks to Jhaveri Contemporary, Rockwool Limited, Walraven Limited, Almost Everything and Ingrid Sewnson.
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