Savorr, Samson & Hercules
In 2012 Fowler showed It’s Foolish But It’s Fun, a very large drawing in black chalk, measuring 2m wide. The title of which is taken from a 1940’s song sheet, the setting of the drawing is based on the climactic finale of 1933 film The Song of Songs in which Marlene Dietrich uses a sledgehammer to destroy a life-size sculpture of herself.
SAVORR is a bi-monthly open submission exhibition, social event and artistic platform based in Norwich. At each SAVORR a featured artist or collective is shown alongside an open submission show.
In her 2011 solo show in Paris, entitled “A Real Allegory: parts I & II”, she acknowledged the influence of Gustave Courbet and his own ability to take what he wanted from the Old Masters and push forward with new, exciting and even controversial work.
Samson & Hercules, Norwich