Auriea Harvey is a sculptor living and working in Rome. Her practice encompasses virtual and tangible sculptures, drawings and simulations that blend digital and handmade production including 3d printing, AR and VR. She is primarily concerned with making the mythological world visible through form, interaction and immersion. Her works are a synthesis of art historical reference and imagination. And she is engaged across time, media, and material to define what sculptural production means in the present moment. She is half of the artist duo which over time has been known as Entropy8Zuper!/Tale of Tales/Song of Songs, award winning for their pioneering works in Internet art, video games, and mixed reality. Her work can be found in the permanent collections of institutions such as Walker Art Center, KADIST Collection, RF.C Collection, and Rhizome’s Net Art Anthology. Her videogames and VR works have had international success, including exhibitions at the Tinguely Museum, Basel; the Victoria & Albert Museum, London; the New Museum, New York; Brooklyn Academy of Music, New York; and ZKM, Karlsruhe. She is the recipient of a Creative Capital grant and a winner of the Independent Games Festival Nuovo Award. Auriea is Professor of Games at Kunsthochschule Kassel. Auriea is represented by bitforms gallery, NYC.