Luna Mrozik Gawler

Sifting through the peripheries, haunted territories, and debris of anthropocentric cultures amidst climate transition, Luna is interested in attuning and attending to the articulations, temporalities, and possible worlds/futures beyond the human. This research-led work engages multiple disciplines to contribute to Posthuman and New Materialist discourse, attempting to re-center queer and dispersed agencies, bodies, intelligence, and life-ways. This work has appeared throughout Australia, including Mapping Melbourne for Multicultural Arts Victoria, Queensland Poetry Festival, Fremantle Festival, The Ian Potter Museum of Art and Powerhouse Museum of Applied Art & Science, The International Journal of Practice-based Humanities.