Curently lives in Besançon, France
Laurane Le Goff (born 1996) is an ecologically engaged textile artist and costume maker. She is interested in investigating the other-than-human world and finding ways to tell their stories through performance and collaborative works. This interest has led her to interdisciplinary practices that she has developed in the MA Art and Science at Central Saint Martins.
Le Goff’s meticulous work in costume making, textile crafts, drawings, and prints, emerges from the experience of natural processes, especially through the comprehension of biology and microbiology. Because of her strong sense of ecological activism, her work is often collaborative and linked to social issues.
She co-curated ‘Entangled Futures’, a series of events that aims to embed an intersectional and cross-disciplinary education about the ecological crisis in students’ curricula. The project was supported by the Climate Emergency Network of UAL, but also London LASER. In 2021/22, she was one of the CSM Changemakers and helped to change the university towards more social and ecological justice.
- Creativity as Renewable Energy in a Time of Scarcity: Human Ressources (London Design Festival) | 5 September – 2 October 2022 | Lethaby Gallery, London, UK
- Bureau du dessin: Très forte augmentation | 3 March – 3 April 2016 | Modulab, Strasbourg, France
- Tour d’horizons, paysages en papiers peints | 3 Decembre 2016 – 31 January 2017 | Wallpaper Museum of Rixheim, France
- No(w) Future | 5 June – 4 July 2015 | Le Séchoir, Mulhouse, France
- Rivers. Jugular veins of Empire | August 2022 | London, UK
- Crafts matter in a digital society | July 2021 | Online
- Labverde | August 2018 | Manaus, Bresil
- Earth Quest: Your Ecological adventure | 29 August 2022 | Barbican Centre, London, UK
- Carnival of Crisis: UAL response to COP 26 | November 2021 | Chelsea College of Art, London, UK