Torsten Lauschmann lives and works in Glasgow, Scotland. Lauschmann’s art is notable for its innovative and idiosyncratic approach across a range of formats including video, photography, sound, online projects, performance and installation. He is interested in the earliest forms of magical and cinematic entertainment, as well as the latest technological advances. He tweaks the mechanics of both digital and analogue technologies, producing works that explore our relationship with machines, as well as our understanding of the moving image and illusion. Solo exhibitions include Hohe Nacht der Klaren Sterne, Pig Rock Bothy, National Galleries of Scotland, Edinburgh,UK (2017); After Images, Tate St.Ives, Portemore Studios,UK (2016); Marvellous Possessions, Old Hairdresser Glasgow, UK (2015); Bend, Glasgow Project Space, DCA Dundee, UK (2014); Amen Break, Old Hairdresser Glasgow, and Tate Britain, UK (2014).