The Ramp House, 9E Bellfield Lane
An outdoor open art installation involving film
projections, and response to Black Lives Matter.
Greta makes digital artworks
using a Tobii ‘eyegaze’: a
precise electronic device
responsive to the human eye,
recording movement, weight,
duration and focus. During
this year of lockdown, she has
been focussing on a series of
paintings inspired by the solar
system and science fiction.
Greta exhibits internationally, and her works are collected worldwide.
Greta’s largest work ‘Dance_6’, is a 15m by 3m art installation at the Waverley Steps, Edinburgh.
‘Sinnerligt’, a sensory exhibition, is a collaboration between Greta, artist Ellie Griffiths, and textile artist Laura Blake, which toured Sweden 2018-2020. Greta will travelling to Sweden in 2022, to work with metal sculptor Jessica Fleetwood, and will exhibit the new work.
During this year of lockdown, Greta has been focussing on a series of paintings inspired by space travel, and science fiction. Her current project is developing a piece of moveable interactive stage set, for a sensory theatre interpretation of a scene from Northern Lights, His Dark Materials.
She is a collaborating artist on an 18 month sensory theatre piece with Oily Cart, London, and Polyglot, Melbourne.
She has also started making short films, which will be projected as part of the Art House.