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Esther Rolinson

Esther Rolinson is a British visual artist who explores the use of new media technology as well as long-established artistic languages such as drawing and sculpture. She specialises in large scale installations, public artworks and sculptural structures that involve the viewer and invites the audience to participate in the artistic experience.

Her interest in bringing consciousness to our sensations led her to work with light. Due to its immediacy and potential to affect our senses, light became an important feature of her artistic production, one among a wide range of materials that she uses. Another key element is computer programming. In a sophisticated gesture, she constructs complex systems and forms that later she extends into three dimensions in her installations. 

Over the last 20 years, she has worked nationally and internationally, making permanent and temporary public space commissions and has exhibited work in prominent collections such as the Victoria & Albert Museum, London. In 2016 she won the Lumen Prize Sculpture and 3D Awards and the ArtChi First Prize San Jose California.

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