After finishing her MA in fine arts in Goldsmiths College, Low moved to Berlin where she lives and works.
Working different techniques such as installation, photography and sculpture, the central subject in her art is the interaction with the environment. Inspired by infrastructures from the everyday life such as workspaces or archeological sites, she focuses on the spatial reconstruction of such through the images we recollect and that become fixed in our minds substituting the actual space. She creates installations which make reference to spatial circumstances, pursuing the overlap of different layers of temporality and space.
Her work has been exhibited in many institutions all over Europe, having had solo and group exhibitions in museums such as the Irish Museum of Modern Art Dublin, Marres Maastrich ir MUDAC Lausanne.