Georgia Tucker Conniveo, Virtual Reality Environment

Georgia uses virtual reality to tackle environmental issues and create speculative futures. She seeks to highlight the unhealthy relationship between natural environments and manmade materials. Conniveo focuses on marine pollution: particularly plastic pollution, oil pollution and dead zones. She feels that lockdown has made people more aware of their consumerism and personal impact on the Earth. Her work relies on collaboration with the viewer as they turn from passive to active participant. By providing the viewer a space to navigate, she is offering them a unique, individual experience. Georgia is currently studying for an MA Fine Art at Birmingham School of Art.


08 January 2021


Art Prize Shortlist