Alexa Wright is an artist based in London (UK). She uses a wide range of media, including photography, video, sound, interactive installation, performance and book works to explore ideas about human identity and otherness. Alexa has worked at the intersection of art and science since the mid-1990s, when she became known for her award-winning photographs of people with phantom limbs, After Image. Many of her projects involve collaborations with medical scientists and/or people with medical conditions or disabilities. You can explore more of her work at https://www.alexawright.com/.
Jens Foell, Carla Nappi, Barry Saunders, and Alexa Wright, “The Intertwining: An Experiment in Collaborative Reading” (2018)