Lauren Baker is a British contemporary multidisciplinary artist who exhibits internationally. Her work explores the fragility of life, energy-fields, the after-life and other dimensions. She has created installations at The V&A, Tate Britain, produced workshops at Tate Modern, as well as directed the windows of Selfridges. Lauren is an ambassador for Save Wild Tigers. Her artwork has raised over £50k for charity. The creations include painted and embellished human resin skulls, animal skulls and sculpted animal heads. Recent works involve neon, infinity mirror and moving sculpture. Her limited edition 'you blow my mind' screen prints sold out in just 24 hours. Lauren's work is represented by Hang Up Gallery in London and by Rise Gallery in Croydon. She also works with Moniker Projects, Jealous Gallery, Curious Duke Gallery - all London based, as well as Chappell Contemporary in Whitstable, and Art Angels in LA. Her work has been exhibited at international art fairs such as AAF NYC, Moniker Art Fair and 20/21. Following the success of her workshop and skull art installation at Tate Modern, Baker was invited by Tate Britain to host a large-scale interactive installation, in which she turned part of Tate Britain into a forest. Baker's most intricate work, which sold for £420,000 to an influential sheikh in Qatar, is a Steinway grand piano encrusted with half a million crystals. Another notable work is The Crystal Tigress; a sculpted life-size tiger head encrusted with 52,000 crystals, toured Asia, was endorsed by Jimmy Choo and Jaime Winstone which fetched £30,000 at the tiger conservation charity auction.