Louisiana van Onna (22.1.1995, Amsterdam), graduated from the Photography department at the Royal Academy of Art, The Hague works in and around the Netherlands. By focussing on natural phenomena and the boundaries of human desire for calculation and measurement, she puts herself in the role of a researcher. With her fascination for the great powers of nature that we cannot control, she investigates unreachable heights and depths, volcanos, meteorites or the question where life starts and where it ends. Driven by imaginative and investigative research, she reflects on the issue on an abstract and visual level, with the ultimate goal to raise the similar question to the viewer and create a sense of wonderment. Together with scientists and geologists, she discusses theories and then interprets these facts. Doing so, a collaboration between information and astonishment grows. The work is translated in installations, publications, video and objects.