Louise Beer
(born 1986, Aotearoa, New Zealand)

Louise Beer is an artist and curator working in Minster, UK. Louise’s practice uses installation, moving image, photography and sound to examine humanity’s evolving understanding of Earth’s environments and the cosmos, creating objects and experiences that reflect the incomprehensible nature of reality, from the ocean floor to the night sky.

At Amant Siena, Louise Beer will further her research into the philosophical and biological importance of natural darkness. Louise will explore the Crete Senesi landscape using photography and sound recording, focusing on the geological history of the area.

Louise Beer was awarded the BigCi Environmental Art Award and a residency at the Arts Centre Christchurch Te Matatiki Toi Ora, Aotearoa New Zealand with Pale Blue Dot Collective in 2020. In the same year, she joined the Moscow Museum of Cosmonautics x Artypical Space Art Summer School and was a Delfina Foundation x Gaia Foundation Science Technology Society UK Associate. In 2021, she was awarded a DYCP grant from Arts Council England and the North York Moors Dark Skies Residency with a solo exhibition. Louise Beer has recently been commissioned to create a sound piece for the Bodleian Library at the University of Oxford with Pale Blue Dot Collective. Within her collectives, she has organized over 50 exhibitions and 70 events with overarching focus on astronomy and/or ecology. She is a co-director of Lumen, super/collider, Pale Blue Dot Collective and Print Science.