Emerging Artist Selected for National Showcase – Griffith News
The sculptor and installation artist is one of the 24 emerging talents vying for the Schenberg $ 50,000 art grant as part of the National fair for hatched graduates.
the exposure to Perth Institute of Contemporary Art presents the best emerging artists of the country and presents works in different media, including painting, sculpture, photography, installation, textiles, sound and video.
A Baccalaureate in fine Art diploma, Renee was selected by a panel of the country’s top arts professionals, including artists Dean cross and Northern Territory Museum and Art Gallery Commissioner Clare Armitage.
“It still seems totally surreal,” she said.
“It’s an incredible opportunity to see my work showcased nationally.”
With vibrant patterns and daring Color, Renee work references popular female artists. Huh the parts are designed to explore the gender imbalance in the art world.
the jobs selected for exposure to Hatched wbefore produced during COVID lockdowns last year using wooden and vintage linens.
“All this work has been produced fromuring long periods of work in isolation, ”she said.
“I was confined to a small pallet and the material I had on hand, which allowed me to try something new and challenge traditional notions of sculpture.
Queensland College of Art (QCA) Director Professor Elisabeth Findlay said Renee was one of many promising artists emerging of the QCA.
“We are delighted to see Renee’s work selected for this national exhibition,” she said.
“Hatched offers graduates the opportunity to showcase their work in a leading contemporary art gallery alongside their peers from across the country.
“The fact that our graduates are systematically represented at Hatched every year reflects the caliber of students studying at the QCA.
Hatched: National Graduate Show will run from May 8 – 11 July at the Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts (PICA).
Minformation on supporting emerging artists at the Queensland College of Art can be found online.