Izidora l. LETHE is a transdisciplinary and conceptual artist. Their practice spans choreography, sculpture and video, accompanied by correspondent drawing and writing processes. Their research-based work aims at expanding or eroding canonical histories and situating the body as epistemological orientation. Transmitting their practice into educational frameworks, LETHE teaches embodied classes, art history and theory and critique seminars as visiting faculty, currently at F+F School of Art and Design Zurich, Hyperwerk HGK FHNW, Basel and within the architecture program at ETH.
LETHE received their MFA at the San Francisco Art Institute SFAI 2017 and their BFA at the ZHdK Zurich University of the Arts in 2013. Their most recent exhibitions include COURONNE, Biel, 2022; SHEDHALLE, Zurich, 2021; Cabaret Voltaire on Monte Verità, 2021; the Leslie Lohman Museum, New York, 2021–2022; the Contemporary Jewish Museum, San Francisco, 2019–2020, among others.