Liliane Lijn’s solo show Lady of the Wild Things at Rodeo, London is on view until 28 April 2018. The exhibition displays significant works from 1979 to 1990.

“Despite the earlier formal works that Lijn has gained reputation for, it is a more lyrical, elegiac and powerful body of work that we thought very significant as well as timely for the first show at Rodeo. Taking as a beginning and a central point of reference the epic science fiction book of prose-meets-poetry Crossing Map, that Lijn wrote and illustrated in 1983, this show informs itself from Liliane’s different aspects of female power.” Rodeo

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Liliane Lijn

Liliane Lijn’s work covers a large spectrum of interests, from Light and its interaction with diverse new materials to the development of a fresh image for the feminine. Lijn has taken inspiration from incidental details both man-made and natural, mythology and poetry, science and technology. Lijn is interested in the development of language, collaborating across disciplines and making art that is interactive, in which the viewer can actively participate.