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New York - Barcelona

Film and Video Artist and Visual Designer

Laia Cabrera is an award-winning filmmaker and video artist and critically recognized multimedia creator, working in the fields of art Installations, new cinema, creating a wide range of artworks, from traditional and experimental filmmaking, visual poetry, virtual theater, interactive art and immersive projection mapping installations. Identity and consciousness have been constant themes in her work, exploring concepts of otherness, symbolism, and hope, the art of seeing and the nature of belonging. Her innovative work explores new ways of using space and the visual imaginary as a tool for narrative storytelling and audience connection, driven by both scenographic and dramaturgical aspects and crafting immersive content experiences. 

Her extensive achievements include Telly Awards for Best Direction, Animation, Documentary, and Art Direction, as well as Motion Award and NYIT awards nominations, and recognition in the #Hybrid Vision Panasonic Digital Art Competition. She has received grants and fellowships from institutions like the KrTU Creators Prize, the DC commission on the Arts, JC Arts & Culture Trust Fund among others and her work has been presented worldwide in leading venues, art galleries and festivals.


Her most recent immersive interactive installation "Dream-e-scape” was presented at the film Criticism Forum, Riyadh, KSA, Microwave Media Arts Festival in Hong Kong, and Flutter Experience Art Gallery Los Angeles. “The Now” is the largest video interactive public art installation ever made in New York. “Self on the Shelf” was praised as one of the highlights of Spring/Break Art Show during the Armory Week 2018. Her latest immersive video installation "Qualia, You Matter to Me," was presented at the Prelude Festival NYC, and “Perennial Land”  at The Hall of Fame Art Gallery as part of the Care and Climate Change series commissioned by the Mellow Foundation. 


Her repertoire extends to groundbreaking large-scale installations like "Aire” presented at the Tempietto di Bramante in Rome, Washington DC and New York, and she has collaborated creating projection designs for over twenty years on award-winning and nominated multimedia shows. Her career epitomizes boundary-breaking artistry, blending traditional and experimental filmmaking in multimedia presentations. Cabrera's contributions redefine visual arts, immersive storytelling, and interdisciplinary collaborations, making a lasting impact on the global artistic scene. She is the artistic director and co-founder of LAIA CABRERA & CO., a team of multimedia artists creating a wide range of interdisciplinary projects.



New York - Paris

Visual and Multimedia Artist

Isabelle Duverger is an award-winning French painter and installation artist based in New York, working between the US and Europe. Her work includes paintings, public art with projection mapping on buildings, immersive interactive video and sound installations, projection art for theater and dance, video-art and animation. 

"We live in a connected world, where inspiration comes from our surrounding, whether it is emotions, the physical environment, people. It is a constant feed, and I try to be a translator. My work ranges from paintings to immersive interactive installations and the pursuit of new languages through technology. A lot of my work revolves around the observation of patterns, imaginary landscapes and how the human presence interacts in it."

As a painter, she has exhibited and sold her work throughout the USA and the UK. Her work is mostly figurative, most of them portraying the embrace of two women. Her work is focused on the relationship between emotions and body language.

As an installation artist, she launched the World's largest video interactive public art installation "The Now" (Port Authority Bus Terminal, Times Square, New York), she cosigned with Laia Cabrera the interactive immersive video and sound art installations "Dream-e-scape" (Flutter Experience Art Gallery, Los Angeles; Microwave Media Arts Festival, Honk Kong City Hall; Film Criticism Conference, Riyadh, KSA),  "Within Reach" (Art Wall Coolvines Powerhouse, Jersey City, 2020), "Illusion" (Flutter Experience Art Gallery, Los Angeles) and "Self on the Shelf" (Spring Break Art Show 2018). Immersive video art installations include “Perennial Land” (Hall of Fame Gallery, CUNY-BCC), "Qualia - You Matter to Me" (Prelude Festival NYC, Gardenship, NJ), "Close-Up / Primer Pla" (Miami, New York, Washington DC), public art installations: "Aire" (Tempietto di Bramante Roma, Italy, Art All Night Washington DC and Poughkeepsie), "Untitled Mind" (Nuit Blanche Washington DC) and more.

She often collaborates as projection mapping artist and illustrator/animator, with dance performances and theater plays presented at NJPAC, Newark, NJ, and La Mama Theater, The Austrian Cultural Forum, Alvin Ailey Theater, Dixon Place and NYU KJCC in New York, Teatros Del Canal, Madrid, Spain, Espacio Inestable, Valencia, Spain, and Teatro El Extranjero, Buenos Aires, Argentina among others.

Isabelle Duverger is an Individual Artist Fellowship Grant awards Jersey City Arts & Culture Trust Fund 2023 fellow, Hybrid Vision - Panasonic Digital Art and Motion Award Nominee, three-time New York Innovative Theater Awards nominee for Outstanding Innovative Design and NYIT award winner for Outstanding Performance Art. She is also the recipient of the AVA and Telly Awards for Outstanding Animation and Art Direction.

Her work has been presented in renowned venues such as Spring/Break Art Show (Armory Arts Week), Times Square Plaza, St John the Divine Cathedral, La Mama, Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM) in New York, NJPAC, Nuit Blanche Washington DC, Teatros del Canal, Madrid and Fabra i Coats Contemporary Art Center, Barcelona, Spain and Tempietto Di Bramante, Roma, Italy, Hong Kong City Hall among others.


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