Lisa Crowley works in photography and moving image. Her practice considers the intersection between analogue processes, the natural world and embodied forms of being. She seeks out mineral and animal forms of life beyond the human. Her films and images move between macro and micro worlds, placing equal value on the intimate and the epic. She is interested in 2 questions; What is life? and, How might we imagine it differently? She currently lives and works in Auckland, and is a Senior Lecturer at the Elam School of Fine Arts, University of Auckland. More info via TeTuhi.