Lou Tandon is an artist and creative technologist from Pittsburgh, PA. They make figurative paintings and 3D animations and write music with the bass and their computer. Inspired by somatics, their works seek to reflect the ways that different life experiences layer, exist with the mind/body and shift our present. Lou’s work stems from a deep interest in color (musical and visual) and from questioning how perception, gender and systems intersect with the ecosystem and inner self.
Lou Tandon earned a BA in Computer Music and Multimedia from Brown University and a BFA in Painting from the Rhode Island School of Design through the Dual Degree Program. Tandon is a recipient of the Brand Musical Premium Award, a Co-Residency at Bunker Projects, a scholarship for residency at the Vermont Studio Center, a residency at the Brew House Association Distillery Program and of grants from the Raveena Aurora Loving Kindness Mutual Aid Project and the Brown Arts Initiative.