Thomas Pausz is a French designer and graduate of the Royal College of Arts, now based in Reykjavik. He is an interdisciplinary artist whose works explore innovations in living technology and bio-design, often collaborating with scientists and philosophers to examine the human impact on the environment. His recent exhibitions include The Swamp Pavillion featured at the Venice Biennale (2018) and Non Flowers for a Hoverfly at the V&A London (2019).