Uriel Orlow’s practice is research-based, process-oriented and often in dialogue with other disciplines. Projects engage with residues of colonialism, spatial manifestations of memory, social and ecological justice, blind spots of representation and plants as political actors. Working across installation, photography, film, drawing and sound – as well as gardens – his works bring different image-regimes and narrative modes into correspondence.
Uriel Orlow’s work has been presented at major survey exhibitions including in 2022 at the Berlin Biennale, British Art Show 9, Kathmandu Triennale 2077 and Dakar Biennale and previously at the 54th Venice Biennale, Manifesta 9 & 12 in Genk and Palermo, 12thTaipei Biennial, Lubumbashi Biennial VI, 13th Sharjah Biennial amongst others.
Orlow’s work has also been presented in museums and galleries internationally including in London at Tate, ICA, Whitechapel Gallery; in Paris at Palais de Tokyo, Fondation Ricard, Bétonsalon; as well as in Dublin, Mexico City, New York, Toronto, Cairo and elsewhere.