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Louisa Chase is a British artist and ecosomatic researcher.  She emigrated to Aotearoa (New Zealand) in 2004, where she lived for 18 years.  In 2022 she returned to the UK and is currently based in rural North Lincolnshire with a studio at The Ropewalk in Barton upon Humber.


​​Her work is rooted in human and more-than-human interconnectedness.  It  draws on disciplines outside of traditional arts practice and foregrounds the knowledge of experts-through-experience and the intelligences of the more-than-human.

Working across many disciplines including movement, walking, nature immersion, writing, ritual, photography and video, and the foraging of natural materials, she wanders the crossroads of psychology, geography, ecology, culture, and lived experience, listening and witnessing with the porous animal body.

​ Louisa experiences the body-mind as a subtle receiver, a kind of antenna and fractal of the whole, picking up the visible and invisible, the tangible and intangible, capable of listening on the wild edges of awareness to the stories of place and of all kin.

 She lives, works and creates in a seasonal and cyclic way in response to the process of deep listening, and sees no separation between creative practice and life. 


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