Lizzie Watts (b. UK 1992) lives and works in Glasgow, Scotland. Her work explores a haptic and fantastical engagement with the natural world. Atmosphere is important for Watts, who sees feeling strange as another example of how we understand our surroundings in an embodied way. These ideas are manifested in her work through curious objects, and in films and animations which focus upon isolated and enchanting behaviours. She often works collaboratively and has performed and worked as part of BART WALTZ.
Solo Exhibitions include 'Better Rainfall' (2019) a collaboration with Yvonne Zhang at CCA Intermedia Gallery.
Group shows include ‘Say What I am Called’ (2018) as part of Glasgow International Art Festival 2018, and ‘WITHKIN’ (2017) Melbury Abbus, Dorset. She is credited as VFX artist on Yvonne Zhang's films 'Swell' (2018) and 'China Panda' which was was selected for Scottish Film Talent Network’s “Scottish Shorts 2018”.