Cadi Froehlich is a British artist whose practice explores the physicality of exchanges between people, objects and material.
Using salvaged copper, cables and electrical components, her work investigates the hidden infrastructure of the interaction between these things, often highlighting the dichotomy between the drive to improve connections and the costs of the commodification of resources and self.
Recent exhibitions include The Principle of Sufficient Irritation at the Cello Factory, London, 2016, Intersection at Hoxton Arches, London, 2016, Red Mansion Prize show 2015, Death of Intention, London, and Fake Nature, Dalston Point Zero, London.
Her work is held in public and private collections including the Chelsea College special collection, London.
Froehlich is a member of The London Group and a founder member of 2by3 collective, and was a recipient of the London Group President's Prize 2016.
Previous awards include the Red Mansion Prize 2015, AxisWeb MAStars 2013 and the Jerwood Drawing Prize 2nd 2010.