TorontoLori Harrison is a visual artist with a studio practice in Toronto. Her work explores the idea of beauty in imperfection — specifically entropy – as things move from order to disorder. She is interested in how, through human or environmental processes urban manufactured environments decay and evolve, shifting from an ordered, right- angled newness towards disorder and chaos.
Lori Harrison's work is process driven, using a variety of materials, including: linen, wood, plaster, metal, ink and paint. These materials lend themselves to weathering, creating organic texture and depth, to which she then responds to with mark making that is often geometric and hard edged.