Looking Glass
Michelle Brown
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Michelle Brown is a Brisbane based multidisciplinary artist interested in interactive mixed reality installations. Michelle has created VR music videos and visuals for a variety of artists and organisations as well as exhibiting her work around the world. Brown admires the style of many prolific science fiction artists including Moebius, Philippe Druillet, Bruce Pennington, Chris Foss, Frank Freas and others. The artist takes these influences and puts her own spin on it using vibrant abstract forms to construct sci fi dioramas. Looking Glass is an immersive installation which was shown at "The Other Art Fair" in Melbourne in 2019. The piece is inspired by a retro bath house and seventies sci-fi art; encouraging participants to examine the structure, boundaries, and spatial relationship between real and virtual worlds.

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