Larissa Shaw

All of her work begins with an interest in a natural phenomenon, with her current works exploring the articulation and movement of surrounding space around the body. Often times, these works come from a targeted period of historical and contemporary research. Recent works have utilised this found research negatives from redundant archives, scientific data, and materialised into works that explores its impact on the skin as a haptic receptor. Her work is tactically engaging, whilst conveying unusual means to send a message, or an idea in a playful yet satisfying relationship between body and object.

Larrisa is currently an artist in residence in our BCU graduate workspace.

http://www.larissaeshaw.tumblr.com/

All of her work begins with an interest in a natural phenomenon, with her current works exploring the articulation and movement of surrounding space around the body. Often times, these works come from a targeted period of historical and contemporary research. Recent works have utilised this found research negatives from redundant archives, scientific data, and materialised into works that explores its impact on the skin as a haptic receptor. Her work is tactically engaging, whilst conveying unusual means to send a message, or an idea in a playful yet satisfying relationship between body and object.

Larrisa is currently an artist in residence in our BCU graduate workspace.

http://www.larissaeshaw.tumblr.com/