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Bridie Lunney

By combining sculpture, installation and performance Lunney creates material scenographies and corporeal interventions that re-configure relationships between the body, objects and architectural space.

Bridie Lunney’s work has been exhibited as part of the TaraWarra Triennial at TaraWarra Musueum of Art; Melbourne Now at the National Gallery of Victoria (Melbourne); as a winner of the 2017 Melbourne Prize for Urban Sculpture at Federation Square (Melbourne); Melbourne International Festival (Melbourne); Art Space (Sydney); The Substation (Newport); Melbourne Art Fair (Melbourne); UNSW Galleries (Sydney); Performance Space (Sydney); Die Ecke Contemporary (Santiago, Chile); Sarah Scout Gallery (Melbourne); Margaret Lawrence Gallery (Melbourne); Gertrude Contemporary (Melbourne); West Space (Melbourne); School House Studios (Melbourne); Bus Gallery (Melbourne); Next Wave Festival (Melbourne); Seventh Gallery (Melbourne); Conical Inc. (Melbourne); Craft Victoria (Melbourne) and in collaboration with Black Art Projects at Chalk Horse Gallery (Sydney), among others.

Lunney completed a BA in Fine Art (Sculpture) at RMIT University in 2006 and is currently a PhD candidate at Monash University.

Image: This Endless Becoming, Bridie Lunney, 2014, with performer Shelley Lasica, Melbourne Now, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne. Photograph: Timothy Herbert.


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