Downstream (Mount Morgan and Mount Oxide) 2018 -ongoing.
Material Place: Reconsidering Australian Landscapes, UNSW Galleries.


Transparency and other worries
Institute of Modern Art (IMA) Brisbane.

Downstream (Mount Morgan and Mount Oxide)
2018 -ongoing.
Transboundaries: Art + Connection, QUT Art Museum.

Earthwork #3 (assemblage rig.)
2017 - ongoing.
Jeremy Hynes Award
Institute of Modern Art (IMA) Brisbane.

Sedimentary Surfaces
Riddoch Art Gallery.



Lu Forsberg is an experimental artist and video maker whose research-led practice employs screen methods, new media technology, context specific assemblage and installation to examine the convergence of exctractive economies, technocapitalism and ecological engineering.

Forsberg has exhibited at spaces including IMA Brisbane, QUT Art Museum, UNSW Galleries, Metro Arts, Gold Coast City Gallery and Riddoch Art Gallery. Lu was the recipient of the Jeremy Hynes Award at the IMA In 2017. They are currently a masters candidate at UNSW Art & Design.



CV ︎

I listened to a lot of live music and bought a heap of records. One of the most important was by a musician I’d never heard of — a trumpeter called Jon Hassell. It was called Vernal Equinox. This record fascinated me. It was a dreamy, strange, meditative music that was inflected by Indian, African and South American music, but also seemed located in the lineage of tonal minimalism.
        It was a music I felt I’d been waiting for. (Brian Eno on Jon Hassell, from The Guardian, 2007)