Glasgow International Festival of Contemporary Art

Laura Lulika

The image shown above represent the Glasgow International 2024 project that Laura Lulika is participating in, not the artist’s individual practice.

Laura Lulika is an unprofessional working-class queer disabled artist and parent currently living in Leeds, UK. Working predominantly with video, sound and performance, their practice explores themes of care, sexuality, labour, sickness, counterculture, dirt and performativity in the everyday: Their work is driven by the rhythms and rituals within daily life. Lulika’s practice is heavily informed by their access needs and capacity in the moment, as well as the needs of those they work with. With a history of working in community arts, they currently hold dearly three roles supporting arts organisations in improving accessibility from an inclusive framework. Lulika loves to collaborate and work with others, exploring the experience of being human or non-human from different perspectives, in art, mutual aid and care networks. Laura has exhibited and performed at Gropius Bau Berlin, BUZZCUT Performance Art Festival Glasgow and Baltic Circle Festival Helsinki.


  • Programme
    Unnatural* Urges
    A series of brightly coloured objects which have been distorted, in the background an image of an arm with a bird bird resting upon it reaches forwards