Timo Fahler (b. 1978, Tulsa, Ok) lives and works between Los Angeles and Amsterdam.  Fahler works with utilitarian mediums and found objects to construct highly visual and culturally significant works. Combining formal elements of sculpture with references to his mixed heritage, Fahler’s work explores ideas of use and reuse through casting and manipulating found objects and combining them with relics and materials that relate to personal experiences. His restructuring of objects in a manner that indicates both function and meaning invokes a bricoleurian practice evident in his midwestern background, and representative of a multi-cultural aesthetic.

Timo received his MFA from UCLA and his BFA from Kansas City Art Institute (KCAI). Fahler's work has been exhibited in numerous solo and group exhibitions at Hauser and Wirth, MOCA Tucson, The Underground Museum, 56 Henry,  The 
Carolyn Campagna Kleefeld Contemporary Art Museum, and more.

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