THE LTART OFFICE TOUR, PART 2: LAURA SANTAMARIA

In the second episode of The LTArt Office Tour, we guide you through the works of Laura Santamaria that are currently on display at our London headquarters.

26 May, 2021

In the second episode of the LTArt Office Tour, we take you on a journey through Laura Santamaria's magnificent, mystical works currently on display at our London headquarters.

Laura's practice, which includes painting, installations, site-specific projects, is related to precarious states of impermanency through which she explores varying experimental, creative processes. Her site-specific sculptures and installations often present the viewer with a parallel between the micro and macro cosmos, thus reflecting on systems and processes of interconnectivity. Colour is central to her work, appearing through various pigments she has collected during her many travels. The process of selecting pigments and defining colours for each of her projects is akin to a meditative practice, during which she connects with her very soul.

Did you miss our first episode on the works of LTArt artist Diego Miguel Mirabella? You can find it here.


Aurelia Clavien

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