Lachlan Turczan is a Los Angeles based artist working with water, light and sound. He creates light artworks, fountain shows, and music videos that often explore natural phenomena and the visualization of sound. For over a decade, Turczan has been developing a water-projector that creates ever-shifting, organic imagery similar to gazing into a fire or at the clouds. He has exhibited this work in museums and experimental film festivals across the United States, most notably at SFMoMA in 2018.
Turczan has also choreographed water and light shows on the world’s largest fountains, notably on the Dubai, Bellagio & Singapore airport fountains. These public spectacles require close collaboration between engineers, designers and musicians - a process which has informed Turczan’s multidisciplinary practice.