The Lake Twins began collaborating during their BA Hons at Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design.

The Lake Twins are identical mirror twins who work collaboratively. They are particularly interested in making drawings and films centering on exploring an apparent psychological bond between themselves.

The presence of one figure throughout their work is significant to their practice because it represents their desire to own a unified identity. Through this subject they live as one and can exist as a whole. As female artists and twins, The Lake Twins believe that if they used one female figure she could only represent half of them. This is why they do not use female subjects in their work. The sole male subject therefore represents not half of them but a whole.

Twins talk at Tate Britain:

Central Saint Martins Degree Show '12:

Twins work acclaimed in Whos Jack Magazine:

Pop Life Exhibition. Tate Modern. Twins worked for Damien Hirst 2010

Pop Life Exhibition.  Tate Modern. Twins worked for Damien Hirst 2010
Pop Life Exhibition. Tate Modern. Twins worked for Damien Hirst 2010

The Lake Twins work. Press

Press:  The Lake Twins work. 'Vital attachment' Top left used for Central Saint Martins catalogue.

The Lake Twins exhibiting in Delhi, India

The Lake Twins exhibiting in Delhi, India as part of 'Publica'. The Flood Light Foundation.
Image of The Lake Twins work top left of the Delhi Financial Express. Page no. 9, 17.2.2013

Nine drawings and film . 'London to India'.  Floodlight Foundation 

The Lake Twins Showing as part of Future Map. The Lethaby Gallery, Central Saint Martins. Kings Cross.

'Future Map is London's leading annual exhibition of the finest emerging talent from London's creative powerhouse, University of the Arts London. Now in its 15th year, Future Map has a well-earned reputation amongst industry insiders for showcasing the next generation of artists and designers who will define our visual landscape. Future Map can be an important first career break for young artists and designers, providing an introduction to top UK and international gallerists, curators, collectors and critics.

Future Map 12 has been curated by University of the Arts London College Deans Mark Dunhill (Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design) and George Blacklock (Chelsea College of Art and Design) with a focus on fine art. Fifty exhibitors were selected from thousands of graduating BA and MA students, representing all the University Colleges and a range of disciplines, including photography, textiles, industrial design and fashion. '

'Future Map exhibitions include Raqib Shaw who went on to exhibit at Tate, Victoria Miro, exhibitor at the National Portrait Gallery and in the collection of MoMA; Northern Art Prize winner Haroon Mirza, who has exhibited at Lisson Gallery, Mothers Tankstation and the Zabludowicz Collection; Annie Kevans, who has exhibited at the Saatchi Gallery and Volta, New York, and Zoe Mendelson who has been shortlisted for the Jerwood Drawing Prize as well as commissioned by the Fondation Cartier and Modern Painters. Brokering relationships with galleries, curators and critics, Future Map can be a crucial first career break for an exhibitor.' 

Taken from UAL Website.  All Rights Attributed to their respective owners. 2013.


Parcha exhibition. Mile End, London. 
The Lake Twins drawings. 

Faces and Traces Exhibition

Faces and Traces Exhibition 16th-30th October.

The Lake Twins at the Jonathan Ross's Gallery 286.