As a child, Lottie was confused that her friends wanted to play with Barbies. In her house, dolls and their disembodied parts were her father’s domain, along with broken kitchen appliances, Indian educational posters about personal hygiene, and hundreds of recorded VHS tapes of “very important” movies, recorded from TV. Lottie’s art draws on her family tradition of hoarding, using found objects, images and sounds to create sentimental and unsettling connections to the past. Her sculptures, soundscapes and installations explore relationships between remnant, memory and temporal experience. Lottie moved from Sydney, Australia to live in Berlin for reasons that have entirely to do with the vibrant arts scene, and nothing at all to do with the abundance of flea markets and second hand shops. Nothing at all.