Maya Rochat (b.1985) is a multi-disciplinary artist based in Lausanne, Switzerland. Classically trained in photography at ECAL, she has been pushing against tradition from the beginning of her career. Working in different media and materials, her work forms a vast web of intertwined images whose energy disturbs our habitual codes of perception. Selected recent exhibitions include:- ARRESTING FRAGMENTS OF THE WORLD, Kunsthaus Langenthal (2017); GIVE ME SPACE, Seen Fifteen, London (2016); Meta Filtres, La Filature, Mulhouse (2016); Unseen Photo Fair Amsterdam (2016); The Swiss Art Awards Basel; Double Je at Palais de Tokyo, Paris (2016); Too Much Metal for One Hand, Quai No.1 Vevey (2016); Feminine Masculine, Photo50 at London Art Fair (2016); Destroy Build Destroy Workshop with Ditto Press and Self Publish Be Happy, Tate Modern Turbine Hall (2015). Maya Rochat’s works are held in the collections of the Fotomuseum Winthertur, Fotohof Salzburg and the Ville de Lausanne.