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Lot 45      
Lili Huston-Herterich

Slow Southern Style
chromogenic photograms, flocked mat, raw steel frame
40" x 22.75"
Estimate $3,200

Courtesy of the artist and Zalucky Contemporary (Toronto)

Lili Huston-Herterich’s methodology begins with accumulation of material and progresses with the simultaneous sorting and research through these materials. Slow Southern Style comes from a series of colour photograms made in a darkroom using materials gathered on walks along Rotterdam’s port, where waste textile and metal materials are sorted and redistributed. Huston-Herterich is an American-Canadian artist who works with sculpture, photography, sound, video and recently, performance. Recent exhibitions include Zalucky Contemporary (Toronto); Het Nieuwe Instituut (Rotterdam); and McIntosh Gallery (London, UK). She has participated in residency programs with Scottish Sculpture Workshop (Lumsden); Swimming Pool (Sofia); If I Can’t Dance, I Don’t Want To Be Part Of Your Revolution (Amsterdam); and Access Gallery’s 23 Days At Sea residency on a freight ship (Vancouver / Shanghai). She is currently based in Rotterdam, where she completed her MFA at the Piet Zwart Institute.