British artist Doug Foster (b. 1961, UK) creates mesmerizing video works through which he employs craft skills honed in a previous life as a BBC animation cameraman and a lighting cameraman. Through his work he creates imagery that affects people on a visceral level. Years of research into the human visual system has informed his practice and his use of repeating spatial patterns and subtle temporal rhythms to stimulate primal areas of the brain. His works are often presented as large scale audiovisual installations that appear as abstract compositions at first glance, but soon reveal themselves as constructed with intricately filmed elements from nature.

Foster has presented solo exhibitions including No Beginning, No End, Royal Festival Hall, London, 2014; UNKLE Sounds, James Lavelle, (all visuals for international tour), 2011/2012; In the Naughty Chair, Lazarides Rathbone, London, 2011; and Only Human, FAS Contemporary, New Bond Street, London, 2008. He has also presented in numerous group shows including, The 14th Factory, 440 North Avenue 19, Los Angeles, 2017; Daydreaming With… UNKLE, Lazarides Rathbone, London, 2017; Daydreaming With... Stanley Kubrick, Somerset House, London, 2016; Still Here - A Decade of Lazarides, Lazarides Rathbone, London, 2016; BRUTAL, Lazarides & The Vinyl Factory, 180 The Strand, London, 2013; amongst others.

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Daydreaming With… UNKLE
Lazarides Rathbone, London, 2017
Group show
The 14th Factory, 440 North Avenue 19, Los Angeles, 2017
Still Here - A Decade of Lazarides
Lazarides Rathbone, London, 2016
Daydreaming With... Stanley Kubrick
Somerset House, London, 2016
NOW Later
Now Gallery, Greenwich Peninsula, London
No Beginning, No End
The Royal Festival Hall, London
Out Of Our Heads
Shoreditch Town Hall
Glastonbury Festival, Glastonbury, 2014
Lazarides and The Vinyl Factory, 180 The Strand, London, UK
In Dreams
The Cob Gallery, London, UK


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