Science and Surrealism, ancient myths, Buddhism, and feminism are among the frameworks of ideas important to Liliane Lijn’s art. In Paris at the end of the 1950s, in Greece and New York, and in England since 1966, she has worked with light, energy, and movement, with archetypal shapes and unconventional materials to produce art that is clear, complex and strikingly beautiful. Many of Liliane Lijn’s key drawings and sculptures are featured in this profile, which was filmed alongside an important reassessment of her work at the Mead Gallery. The Poem Machines and Koans of the 1960s and 1970s are considered as well as the ambitious “goddess” figures of more recent years. Liliane Lijn speaks passionately about the art she has made across four decades and that she continues, with great energy, to create today.