Lisa Travers is a neurodivergent interdisciplinary artist. Her works are heavily influenced by pattern and geometry and explore issues relevant to Lisa's life such as feminism, health, social and environmental issues. Her intricate three-dimensional collages resemble kaleidoscopes, hypnotising the viewer to discover their own connection.
Weaving back and forth between digital and analogue, Lisa begins by capturing vintage source material such as medical diagrams. She intuitively creates digital collages with the shapes and forms that speak to her. These compositions transform the original images and become something new to interpret.
The multi layered pieces are painstakingly hand cut using optical surgery scissors and knives. As well as anatomy, Lisa takes inspiration from many sources - folk stories, pop art, punk, Victoriana, circus, biology, horror, entomology, curiosity cabinets, sci fi, psychiatry, psychedelia, the grotesque and the surreal.