Lizzie Fitch
American, born 1981
Blue chip
Represented by internationally recognized galleries.
Collected by a major museum
Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)

American artist Lizzie Fitch, a graduate of RISD, creates sculptures of empty human skins in synthetic materials, as well as elaborate installations filled with suburban detritus that apply the cut-and-paste culture of digital technology to found and hand-made objects. Along with her frequent collaborator Ryan Trecartin, Fitch also creates glitchy videos that capture a distinctly 21st-century strain of attention deficit disorder; her works are rife with virtual life, faux identity, and a technological evolution that is outpacing our own. Together, the two artists run the warehouse-sized Fitch-Trecartin Studios in Los Angeles.

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