Samira Allaouat is a trans-disciplinary artist, fascinated by the capacity of making coexist things apparently distant, in order to create new hybrid artworks.
Coming from a long activist graffiti-art background and from moving image design, she has internationally achieved a large number and different typologies of performances and exhibitions. In the last period she's digging more in depth into new paths, conveying wider aspects of human life sustainability and new ethical approaches in art and design.
In the most recent case, she identified electricity in nature as the leitmotif of her new researches, such as her new audio-visual installation PMWGR 1.0 No Plug Sound Machine, using earth batteries and hand-power.
The attempt is to bring closer natural dimension coming from earth, as plants, and the human intervention but in the respect of each other.
This last artwork have been recently exhibited at the Tate Modern Museum with her collective Hackoustic, at London Urban Hackaton 2015 and presented at the Aberystwyth Art Center.
At the moment she's implementing her sound machine and moreover working on a brand new graffiti technique.
Samira Allaouat in front of her No Plug Sound Machine