Lotte Kravitz is founder of Fantom, which specialises in site-specific participatory art. She has led a number of projects with a focus on interactivity and imaginative use of materials, developing artworks and events for organisations including The Centre for Stewardship, Reforesting Scotland and The Living Lomonds project.
‘Linking the everyday with the ephemerality of mystery and magic.’
Her key ethos is leading accessible projects that can be developed as a group. The more hands involved the better. Working across Scotland, her goal is to produce bold and expansive public art experiences.
After studying at Art School in Brighton Lotte completed a carpentry and joinery diploma, going on to combine her structural and creative skills as a civic artist.
Her side projects include leading and collaborating on community pop-ups on derelict sites, teaching woodworking workshops, and acting as a mentor and co-facilitator for the WoodWorks project, a program focused on forestry-based skills to improve employability for young people.