Lu Forsberg is an artist-researcher, writer and facilitator living on and working between the traditional lands of the Darug and Gundungurra People and the land of Gadigal People of the Eora Nation. Their research-led practice utilises moving image and online mapping tools to unveil the hidden mechanisms of extractivism. Lu has received various awards and scholarships for their work and has exhibited at various art spaces across Australia including the IMA, UNSW Galleries, QUT Art Museum, and Metro Arts. In 2017 Lu was awarded the biennial Jeremy Hynes award for emerging and experimental Queensland art practice. In 2018 they received a Freedman Foundation Travelling Scholarship to undertake self-directed research in Sweden. They are currently completing a Masters of Fine Art at UNSW Art & Design.