Luc Schraauwers (1994) is a multidisciplinary artist working with a variety of different mediums, such as film, 3d animation and virtual reality. His focus relies on exposing certain ‘scenes’ in a visual matter, he chooses the medium to work with based on the subject.
Luc grew up in Utrecht, The Netherlands and graduated from the University of the Arts (HKU) where he studied Image and Media Technology. This allowed him to explore different mediums and forms of storytelling.
For his graduation project he did research on online privacy in our increasingly digital lives. This resulted in multiple projects such as ‘the found phone’ and ‘CCTV-PC’, a 3D virtual reality installation.
He visualized how personal data is being collected, sold and abused. The goal of the projects was to make people aware of the dangers of losing your privacy and online identity.
In June 2018, he took part in an exhibition at the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, where he created a virtual reality film inspired by classical music from Richard Strauss.
He now works as a freelancer on a variety of projects both commercially and personal in film, animation and virtual reality.
2013 - 2017
Image and Media Technology at the University of the Arts (HKU), Utrecht, the Netherlands
2016 – 6 months
Exchange programme at Maholy Nagy University of the Arts in Budapest, Hungary
2015 - 5 months
Internship at Scopic, working as a 3D generalist and editor on virtual reality projects.
2014 - present
Founding of Scenes, working freelance for a variety of clients.
ExxonMobil, KPN, Unicef, ING, Robeco, ABN AMRO, WWF Brasil, Miele, Sound and Vision Institute, IDFA, NPO3Lab, Omroep Human, Red Light Radio
Utrecht, The Netherlands
Chamber of Commerce (KVK)