Barnaby Steel
Barnaby Churchill Steel is a visual artist whose work bridges experimental genres and unfamiliar mediums, forging artistry, science and technology to sculpt the malleable texture of perception.
In 2010 he co-founded the creative studio ‘Marshmallow Laser Feast’ (MLF), their glittering hoard of sensory nuggets include music videos for U2; they’ve been selected twice for the Saatchi & Saatchi's New Director’s Showcase; they created light painting machines for McLaren and their VR project, 'In The Eyes Of The Animal’ won the Audi Innovation Award. Most recently, he and the team at MLF won the Tribeca Film Festival Storyscapes Award for Innovation in Storytelling for ‘Tree Hugger, Wawona’. MLF’s raison d’être is to explore the potential of new technologies and how they can expand the senses and deepen our connection to reality