Amanda Lwin is an interdisciplinary conceptual artist whose practice is concerned with urban systems and how they impact on our sense of self, national and global identity. Most recently, projects have attempted to reveal the way that systems and infrastructure underlie our societies and lives: networks that hold cities together but might be invisible or intangible. Initially trained in architecture and urban design, since shifting towards contemporary art she has been commissioned or received funding from, amongst others, The City of London, the National Trust (England), The British Council, University College London, British Airways, and Arts Council England.
b. London, UK. Currently lives and works in London.
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