Giselle Stanborough is a Sydney-based inter-media artist whose work raises questions about the colonisation of our social activities by large corporations and the way social media and dating apps are changing our intimate relationships. Commissioned by the Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA), her recent multi-platform artwork Lozein: Find the Lover You Deserve (2016) is based around a fictional match-making service and explores ‘the quantification of love in the digital age’. Giselle graduated from the University of NSW: Art & Design in 2010 with the University Medal and since then has exhibited nationally and internationally. Her works has been shown in the Washington Post’s “Pictures of the Day” and in Hennessey Youngman’s Art Thoughts, and has been included in the Next Wave Festival 2014, Octopus 15: Lost and Profound at Gertrude Contemporary, Video oediV at Campbelltown Arts Centre and New Romance: Art and the Posthuman, curated by Anna Davis (MCA) and Houngcheol Choi, National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Korea (MMCA).


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