Isobel Lutz-Smith is a Scottish artist based in Glasgow. In 2016 she graduated from the Master of Fine Art at Glasgow School of Art, as part of this programme she spent an exchange semester at Tokyo University of the Arts.
Her works are installations of objects and videos which use the language of the mass market in alternative syntax, questioning veiled acts of making and fleshing out the shape, role and agenda of a universal body. Her videos are often multiple screens juxtaposed to reveal different perspectives of the same scene in which hidden interferences and aberrations of continuity become elements of narrative. The pieces featured in The Drouth are part of an ongoing series of short moving image sequences filmed inside a room constructed during lockdown.