Louis Appleby is a London-based painter who uses digital culture to explore themes of the gaze in his work.
'I try and paint from a perspective of somebody looking out of the window. I often imagine them to be like altars or shrines in front of a backdrop of a radioactive or post-apocalyptic wasteland. I guess I’m trying to paint things that reference the world today and paintings that people relate to in some way. But I try and keep the narrative fairly obscure or open to interpretation.'