Lowell Gerard Fuchs (b. 1993, Atlanta) is an artist with an expanded practice that includes sound, interactive installations, and social practice. Lowell’s art is the amalgamation of experimental sound art, participatory & interactive installations, public workshops as art, and his work in nonprofit for underserved populations. Impermanence and community interconnectivity are the fundamental elements in his work.
His recent works include, MAYA (commissioned by saxophonist Reese Burgan, VDAY Global Organization, and Lone Star College Montgomery - Houston, TX), People (commissioned by pianist James W. Iman, Pittsburgh, PA), Oil Stained America (performed by loadbang), and AMERICAN BEAUTY (commissioned by Bent Frequency, Atlanta, GA). Lowell is currently working on a multimedia work commissioned by Chamber Cartel (Atlanta, GA), an installation + performer work for percussionist Victor Pons, and a piece for Pie for Two. His music has been heard at New York City Electroacoustic Music Festival, Atlanta’s SoundNOW Contemporary Classical Music Festival, Boston’s Summer Institute for Contemporary Performance Practice, Charlotte New Music Festival, the XXII Festival Eduardo Mata in Oaxaca, Mexico, and elsewhere.
Lowell received degrees in Music Composition from the University of North Carolina Greensboro (M.M.) & Georgia State University (B.M.). Previously, he has taught as an adjunct professor at Virginia Tech School of Performing Arts. He currently works in art development for the nonprofit organizations InCommunity, which supports and enriches the lives of individuals with developmental and intellectual disabilities, and Charlotte New Music Festival, a festival for contemporary classical music based in North Carolina.