Loreal Prystaj is a visual artist from New York now based in London. Presently she is attending the Royal College of Art, she often investigates the heimlich through performance and play to transform once familiar spaces into an uncanny mise en scène to reveal the relationship between the internal states of the present self and the past states of the external environment. She expresses these ideas through photography, collecting, installation, and creating sculptural interpretation.
Her work has exhibited in over thirty group exhibitions, including Arles Photo Festival (2018), and LifeFramer's traveling exhibition (2017). Her work has been seen in galleries throughout the United States, Europe, Japan, China, and awarded jury prize from more than ten photography competitions internationally, including Ashurst Art Prize (2018), ArtSlant (2017), and Neutral Density (2016). She has been published in The Guardian (2018), The British Journal of Photography (2018), My Modern Met (2017) to multiple articles in L'oeil de la Photographie. (2015, 2016, 2017)