Lucas LaRochelle is a multidisciplinary designer, artist, and researcher using their work as a tool to both critique contemporary culture and explore tangible alternatives. Their work uses digital media, graphic design, clothing and wearable technology as a means of examining and manipulating the interactions between the (queer) body, technology and the built environment. They received a certificate in Co-Design from the Utrecht University of Applied Sciences in 2016, and are currently completing their BFA in Design and Computation Arts at Concordia University. Their project, Queering The Map, received an Honorary Mention for the 2018 Prix Ars Electronica, and has been featured on CityLab, Broadly, AIGA Eye On Design, I-D, Paper, INTO, Yorokobu, Numerama, and Project Myopia amongst others. Their work and writing has been published in Échelles, Perfect Strangers and Accent.