Lia Lowenthal is an interdisciplinary artist and designer based in New York City. Lowenthal’s practice explores themes such as, but not limited to: how form is situated within the social history of commodities and reproduction of self-identity; contemporary craft and artisan economies and political performance; fashion as an agent for action and latency; automobiles; jewelry; model architectures; model architectures as portrayed in automobiles and jewelry; ignored containers for texts.
Lowenthal is also founder and principal at LL, LLC, a design company that merges start-up methodologies with artisan techniques.
Her work has been written about in The New Yorker, Hyperallergic, Architectural Digest, and Palatten.
Email: lowenthalstudio at gmail dot com