One of a series of films profiling artists who have won Unlimited commissions

Originating from her own experience of disabled self, hence physical ‘other’ Noëmi Lakmaier’s work explores notions of the ‘other’ ranging from the physical to the philosophical, the personal to the political. The individual’s relationship to its surroundings, identity, and perception of self and ‘other’ in contemporary society are core interests in her predominantly live and site-responsive practice.

Through the use of everyday materials and her own body she constructs temporary living installations – alternative physical realities. Through them she explores the psychological implications of power, control and insecurity, the drive to belong and succeed, as well as feelings of self-doubt and otherness.

Noëmi has performed and exhibited widely, both in the UK and internationally.

audio described version of the film

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