Byrke Lou’s work explores the interlacing of systems of knowledge production, fact evaluation, and future formation by examining how we theorize, analyze, and model our world. The artist examines underlying connections between sciences, society, and technology in processes of evidence production and future formation. Her body of work comprises sculpture, installation, photography, performance, text, sound art, and composition. Byrke Lou produces for virtual and physical realities. The names of Byrke Lou’s works are cryptic and tied together by a consistent logic. Byrke Lou wants to break up the processes of complex scientific research and technology development and invite her audience to face fundamental, contemporary questions in a poetic but radical way.

Byrke Lou’s work has been featured at some of the most important institutions of fine art, including Ars Electronica, documenta, the Moscow Museum of Modern Art, the Museo Reina Sofía, and the Venice Biennale.



29.04.2023 // Virtual Performance @ xix_{bayes}
18:00 "bayes" EP + cassette release performance at "xix" - Byrke Lou's virtual performance space
01.09.2021 // “ixi” @ Venice Biennale 2021
"ixi" virtual sculptural space invited to and presented at the Venice Biennale - "La Biennale di Venezia" has been for over 120 years one of the most prestigious cultural institutions in the world. Established in 1895, the Biennale has an attendance today of over 500,000 visitors at the Art Exhibition. The history of the La Biennale di Venezia dates back from 1895, when the first International Art Exhibition was organized. In the 1930s new festivals were born: Music, Cinema, and Theatre (the Venice Film Festival in 1932 was the first film festival in history).
20.04.2021 // Moscow Museum of Modern Art (MMOMA)
"code_ctu {isbtm}{*}", glass sculptures, video, sound and vinyl installation, exhibited at MMOMA as part of "Superfluidity", the Experimental Music and Art (EMA) Expo 2021 - Moscow Museum of Modern Art is the first state museum in Russia that concentrates its activities exclusively on the art of the 20th and 21st centuries. Since its inauguration, the Museum has expanded its strategies and achieved a high level of public acknowledgement. Today the Museum is an energetic institution that plays an important part on the Moscow art scene. The Museum’s permanent collection represents main stages in formation and development of the avant-garde. The majority of exhibits are by Russian artists, but the display also includes some works by renowned Western masters. For example, graphic pieces by Pablo Picasso, Fernand Léger, Joan Miró and Giorgio De Chirico are on view, along with sculptures by Salvador Dalí, Armand and Arnaldo Pomodoro, paintings by Henri Rousseau and Françoise Gilot, and installations by Yukinori Yanaga.
20.10.2020 // Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Museo Reina Sofía
"code_xi " exhibited at the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Museo Reina Sofía as part of "Audiosfera", a sound exhibition presenting the best of 40 years of exceptional sound art - Now a bona fide museum, its goals (...) were to conserve, expand and exhibit its collections; to promote the general public’s knowledge of and access to contemporary art in its various manifestations; to hold exhibitions at the international level, and to offer training, educational and assessment activities related to its holdings.
19.09.2017 // Live @ documenta 14
"code_xox" performed on the documenta 14 official radio by SAVYY Funk - In each edition, documenta has played a leading role in taking the international discourse about art in new directions. Over the past decades, documenta has established itself as an institution that goes far beyond a survey of what is currently happening, inviting the attention of the international art world every five years for this "museum of 100 days." The discourse and the dynamics of the discussion surrounding each documenta reflects and challenges the expectations of society about art.
12.06.2013 // xXz @ The Louvre Museum
"xXz" - a mixed reality performance as intervention at "The Louvre Museum", a performance producing virtual sculptures - The Louvre, or the Louvre Museum, is the world's most-visited museum, and a historic landmark in Paris, France. It is the home of some of the best-known works of art, including the Mona Lisa and the Venus de Milo.
30.08.2012 // Ars Electronica
"TWTMG" exhibited at the "Ars Electronica" edition "The big picture" as part of the "The Ways Things May Go" trans local installation - The Ars Electronica Festival premiered on September 18, 1979. This pilot project was designed to take the Digital Revolution’s emergence as an occasion to scrutinize potential futures and to focus these inquiries on the nexus of art, technology and society.



















Fine Art

Byrke Lou produces sculptures, photographs, digital images, VR, AR, and XR experiences, sound art, installations, and performance art. She works in traditional and new media.


Byrke Lou assists you in curating exhibitions of digital art and helps curate and conceptualize projects and exhibitions that focus on topics related to art, science, and technology.


Byrke Lou writes articles for blogs, newspapers, and magazines related to the emergence of technologies, artistic practice, the daily life of tech and the arts, and the future of art and tech.

University Teaching

Byrke Lou teaches art, media, and tech-related artistic practice, from sculpture to performance art. Byrke Lou teaches at the postgraduate university level.


Byrke Lou is part of juries for art prizes, labs, and universities.