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Amanda Page

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Lives and works

Naarm | Melbourne

Amanda Page is an Australian artist working with transformation.

In capturing and recording changes of state in materials and processes, Page makes works about change as a universal condition that connects all matter. Works develop from observing atmospheric activity in natural systems, such as temperature + weather, erosion + decay, metamorphosis + regeneration, alchemy + phenomena. Cycles of life and death, and the coalescing and dissipation of natural systems are explored. Page uses water, ice, light and camera-less exposure processes combined with drawing, printmaking, photography and sculptural methods to explore and articulate processes of change.

Page completed a Master of Fine Art (RMIT) in 2017. She has exhibited nationally and has been selected as a finalist in major national print and sculpture awards, including; the Burnie Print Prize (2021), InkMasters Print Exhibition (2021), the Woollahra Small Sculpture Exhibition Award (2020), the Yarra Valley Arts/Yering Station Sculpture Exhibition Award (2018 and 2019). In 2018 she was awarded winner of Yarra Sculpture Gallery’s Contemporary Sculptors Award.

Her work is held in private collections nationally, including the Museum of Brisbane and the Centre for Australian Art, Australian Prints and Printmaking at the National Gallery of Australia as part of Impress Printmakers’ Regenerate exhibition.

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