Lukas Gschwandtner holds a B.A. in Spatial Design from Chelsea College of Arts in London and has prior training in accessory design from Schloss Hetzendorf in Vienna. His work engages with the scale and measurement of the human body and its interaction with space, furniture and objects. In 2018, he received a grant from the Arts and Culture Division of the Federal Chancellery of Austria for Wiener Maße, a travelling steel, plaster, and canvas construction, which focuses on the shared word in conversation and the resulting perception of time. His work has also been exhibited at Jermaine Gallacher’s Lant Street Gallery.