Luna Mrozik Gawler

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Based in Narrm/Melbourne Luna Mrozik Gawler is an anti-disciplinary artist and writer whose research-based work explores the epochal issues of climate through Posthuman, Queer and New Materialist methodologies, interrogating anthropocentric habit and gesturing towards affirmative futures of collaborative survival and more-than-human care.

Particularly interested in how speculative and participatory arts might generate ecological awareness, assist with grief or anxiety and contribute to environmental stewardship, Luna favours interactive and immersive designs that endeavour to think with and through the dynamic ecologies of non-human worlds, troubling dualistic hegemonies and reaffirming a heterogeneous nature-culture continuum. 

This work has featured at festivals throughout Australia including Mapping Melbourne for Multicultural Arts Victoria, Queensland Poetry Festival, NIDA Nights, Critical Animals, Crack Theatre Festival, Hillscene Festival of Live Art, Melbourne Fringe Festival, Fremantle Festival, the Ian Potter Museum of Art, Powerhouse Museum of Art & Science and has been published in Dark Mountain Journal, Going Down Swinging, The International Journal for practice-based humanities and TEXT Journal of writing and writing courses, among other places. Luna is a founding member of ecological art collective L&NDLESS, one half of experimental art duo GEO_FADE, and co-founder of the Community Transmissions Online Art Residency. 

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