Over the past ten years she has undertaken research and development of projects that investigate applications and influences of different reproduction technologies in contemporary art practices.
Her current project focuses on the use of 3D computer graphic technology to experiment with different methods of generating synthetic images. She is represented by Christine Abrahams Gallery (Melbourne), ArtsBank and Chika Gallery (Tokyo).
Installation view, No Vacancy Project Space, 27 January – 14 February 2016, photo: Andrew Barcham
3D print, plastic, 143 x 43 cm
FT "Happy Pills"
Laser-cut Tyvex, 7(300 x 620) mm, photo: Andrew Barcham
ABS plastic, 850 x 850 x 800 mm, photo: Andrew Barcham
installation detail, photo: David McArthur
height: 177mm, plaster print
installation detail, laser-cut newspaper
installation detail, photo: Andrew Barcham
Work in Progress
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