Hours and dates
- Oct 27 from 09:40 to 10:20
Lauren Moffatt is an Australian artist working with immersive environments and experimental narrative practices. Her works, often presented in hybrid and iterative forms, explore the paradoxical subjectivity of connected bodies and the indistinct boundaries between digital and organic life. In 2021 she was awarded the DKB VR Art Prize (DE). Lauren’s works have been exhibited most recently at La Gaïté Lyrique (FR), SXSW (US), Haus am Lützowplatz (DE), UNSW Galleries (AU), Daegu Art Museum (KOR), and at Le Grand Palais Ephémère (FR). She lives and works in Berlin and Valencia.
ConferencesThe Digital Strange
Lauren Moffatt will dive into the process behind her digital environments: techniques spanning physical painting and sculpture, 3D scanning, digital painting and world building. Working in unconventional ways with texture files, photogrammetry software, scientific data and game engines, she collaborates with software processes to produce 3D noise, which she builds into hybrid landscapes. Lauren will speak about how her experience has compelled her to translate sensations into visual compositions and unexpected textures that the eye can hold on to, going beyond the surface of digital glamour.