Luna Mrozik Gawler
Based in Birrarung-ga/Melbourne Luna Mrozik-Gawler is a transdisciplinary artist, researcher and facilitator interested in the role of live art in multispecies worlding and future making. Their work explores the intersections, ethics and entanglements of bodies- human and non-human – using speculative methodologies to consider post-human knowledge production and more than human care. Luna is co-founder of L&NDLESS collective and co-creator of Community Transmissions Online Art Residency. Their work has featured throughout Australia including Mapping Melbourne, Queensland Poetry Festival, NIDA Nights, Critical Animals, Crack Theatre Festival, This is not Art, Hillscene Festival of Live Art and Ian Potter Museum of Art.