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Maria Wrang-Rasmussen (b. 1998. She/her) is a Danish Interdisciplinary artist based in Edinburgh. Her work brings physical processes into online spaces, transforming hand-drawn animation, sculptures, printmaking and paintings into gifs, 3D models and browser-based artworks. Pulling at a tension between the physical and the virtual, a tug of war between the connected and un-connected, she plays with both the physical and digital outcomes and the spaces they inhabit. Drawing on themes of fantasy, queerness, longing, and failure, she creates cyber landscapes formed by internet sub-cultures, art history, and self-mythologization. Her browser-based artworks are open and online for anyone to view through the website-URLs. Using a playful and non-linear approach to narrative structures and artmaking, both her online and physical work use storytelling and interaction to draw the viewer into the fantastical and unknown.

Graduating from Intermedia Art BA (with hons) at ECA in 2021, she was awarded the University of Edinburgh Collections Degree Show Purchase Prize, the ESW/ECA Graduate Residency Award, as well as the Helen A Rose Bequest. Her work has been featured in shows and festivals internationally in countries including Scotland, England, Denmark, Estonia, Bulgaria, and Shanghai. She is currently a freelance artist for Artlink and on the operational committee of EMBASSY gallery Edinburgh.

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