Lotte Andersen, (b.1989) is an artist living and working in London. Her work has been shown internationally, her most recent work “How Do You Feel About Lying?” was shown at Tate Modern summer of 2018.
Working in video, print, soft sculpture, sound and performance, pleasure seekers and human behaviour are invited into the work. She is interested in reimagining club spaces, using MAXILLA as the primary research. Here she developed an aesthetic, constructing parties, whilst making prints and publications, critiquing online culture and social behaviours. Within her performance and video practice, she constructs controlled social environments, named capture parties (Guest Projects, Tate Modern Turbine Hall) using audio stimuli to record and investigate group dynamics. Her installation Dance Therapy, first commissioned in 2017 by Cairo Clarke, as part of a residency at Yinka Shonibare’s Guest Projects, has since been shown multiple times, culminating in a 5 channel video and sound work. Lotte’s work has been featured in British Vogue, iD, Nowness, Dazed, Refinery 29, Twin and the Guardian. She has held artist talks at the V&A, Tate Modern and Bold Tendencies.
As an art director she most notably launched StellaSport named Editor and Art Director for Stella Mccartney and Adidas subsequently being nominated for a Webby award alongside Clubhouse.
She considers the body as an ever changing site of joy and resistance.