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Wes Viz is an interdisciplinary artist and art director specializing in immersive art and world-building. 

A veteran in animation, her 15-year career has spanned commercials, music videos, and stage visuals. Her videos and projects have been featured in Creative Review, Kaltblut Magazine, Hunger and Paper Mag. In 2019 she worked with Channel 4 and NASA to create the longest-running audioreactive animation in broadcast history - a 135 hour video that ran continuously to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission. To detail these achievements she has given a talk ‘Art of the Visual’. She is also the creator of stage visuals for music artists such as Hozier and Biffy Clyro.

Wes Viz’s art explores how emerging technologies are shaping our personal identities and mental states and how virtual environments will change how we perceive each other and ourselves. She is currently developing immersive art experiences in virtual reality to further explore these themes while continuing to work as a visual artist. She aims for her art to provide crucial commentary on our relation with technology as a whole.

'Ex Machina' Self-portrait (2022)


Working on site in Iceland (2023)

Creating 'Digitally Rewilding the Westfjords'

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Portrait of Wes Viz by Rankin (2022)

Part of 'The Unseen'

Photography Exhibition, London

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