Claudia Larcher is a visual artist whose work transcends traditional boundaries, encompassing site-specific video animation, film, photography, collage, and installation art. More recently, her art has ventured into the realm of artificial intelligence, exploring its critical implications on society and individual perception.

Over the years, Claudia Larcher has showcased her art on prestigious international platforms. Highlights include the Ann Arbor Film Festival in Michigan, Anthology Film Archives in New York City, Ars Electronica Festival in Linz, Austria, Biennale de L’image Tangible in Paris, Slought Foundation in Philadelphia, Manifesta 13, Tokyo Wonder Site in Japan, and the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation in Lisbon, Portugal. Her art has also been featured at esteemed institutions such as Centre Pompidou in Paris, DOK Leipzig in Germany, Francisco Carolinum in Linz, Austria, Gray Area Festival in San Francisco, and Kunsthalle Wien in Austria, among many others.

In 2023, Claudia was honored with the Austrian Art Prize, adding to a growing list of accolades such as a working grant from the Valie Export Center in Linz and the Prof. Hilde Goldschmidt Prize in 2019. Her artistic journey has also been supported by residencies and awards like the Artist in Residence position at Cité des Arts in Paris in 2018, the "Outstanding Artist Award" from the Austrian Federal Chancellery in 2016, and the Prize of the Kunsthalle Wien in 2008.