Studio Above&Below is a London based art and technology practice founded by Daria Jelonek (GER) and Perry James Sugden (UK) after graduating from the Royal College of Art. Their work combines mixed reality, digital art and data in order to draw together unseen connections between humans, machines, and the environment.
Combining research and speculative storytelling, Studio Above&Below works with scientists, technologists and communities to push the boundaries of digital media for future living. Over the last years, the duo has created ground-breaking artworks using immersive technologies such as AR and XR with live data inputs in order to make the invisible visible and give our environment a voice to express itself.
The duo’s work has been exhibited internationally at institutions such as the Royal Academy, Tate Modern, V&A London, Photophore during the Venice Biennale, Today Art Museum, WRO Biennale, HEK Basel, SONAR+D, WIRED Japan and NRW Forum.