Murray, who founded Patternity together with Grace Winteringham, discussed her work and career with Dezeen's founder and editor-in-chief Marcus Fairs.
Murray and Winteringham aim to explore the potential power of patterns – both seen and unseen – in creating positive societal change.
Murray has a broad background spanning fine art photography, creative direction and strategy within the fashion, luxury and advertising industries.
In 2009, she and Winteringham set up Patternity, which started out as an online research platform showcasing patterned imagery.
The studio has since grown to become a multidisciplinary creative studio with projects straddling design, science, nature and wellbeing.
For last year's London Design Festival, Patternity created an immersive installation called Life Labyrinth London, which took the form of a low-rise, monochrome labyrinth-cum-seating area.
Previous London Design Festival projects include a basement climbing wall adorned with monochrome contours and a 3D installation at Somerset House, which the studio described as a "giant patterned playground".
About Virtual Design Festival
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