Lauren Valley


Lauren Valley is a robotics and new media artist based in Pittsburgh, PA. Through video and mechatronic installation, Lauren attempts to explore stereotypes and gender barriers present in tech industries.

Her work has been shown in the Carnegie Museum of Art’s “Two Minute Film Festival,” Open House Contemporary, and the “Innovation Salon” hosted by the Pittsburgh Technology Council. Her work “Body Electric” was named a finalist in The Creative Industries Network “2017 Create Top Tens: The Best of the Creative Industries.”

Lauren completed a residency at Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art (MASS MoCA) in 2016, and at ACRE, July 2017.

Lauren participated in Sweetwater’s Corners of Thought exhibition March 29-April 28, 2018.


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