Lisa Moro is a visual artist who creates interactive digital art pieces using augmented reality, virtual reality, video and animation. She explores themes concerning women, including fertility and domesticity, and uses fantastical scenarios to shine a light on the absurdity of the human situation while tackling serious issues with an element of humor. Her work is accessible on many levels and she uses 3D to create site-specific works that give the viewer a different perspective on a place or issue. Some of her notable works include "Fertility Games," which was shortlisted for the Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2022, "Nature Forms," which was exhibited alongside the Henry Moore exhibition at Hauser and Wirth in Somerset, and "Hidden Workings," which was exhibited at the Museum of Design in Plastic.

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