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Protected: 46th Fremantle Arts Centre Print Award

Deidre Brollo

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Lives and works

Kamberri | Canberra

Deidre Brollo is an artist whose practice is primarily centred around the forms of printmedia, artists’ books, installation and performance. Her art practice draws strongly on print culture and its inherent ideas: the logic of the archive, the transmission of narrative, and the notion of exchange. This focus provides a means to investigate ideas of memory and temporality, to question the terms on which we engage with the past, and to uncover the ways the past is restless in the present.
Her work has been exhibited in Australia and internationally, and has won a number of awards, including the Ursula Hoff Institute Award at the 2015 Geelong Acquisitive Print Awards, and the Non-Acquisitive Prize at the 2013 Fremantle Art Centre Print Award. She is represented in the collections of the National Library of Australia, the State Libraries of New South Wales, Victoria and Queensland, and a number of regional gallery and university collections. She holds a PhD from the University of Sydney, teaches printmedia at the Australian National University and her writing on print is included in Australian and New Zealand Journal of Art, Imprint, and the anthology Perspectives on Contemporary Printmaking (Manchester University Press).

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