Bridget Currie

Bridget Currie

Lecturer, Sculpture


Bridget Currie is an Australian artist living in Tarntanya (Adelaide) on the lands of the Kaurna people. Currie’s practice foregrounds embodied states that call attention to materiality and the relational. Her work encourages one to consider the dynamic interplay between internal and external worlds.  She works across a range of modalities including sculpture, performance, drawing, photography writing, public art and installation. She explores the representation of abstract states of being and systems of thought, with a focus on social theory, art history and ecology. Her central concern as an artist is bringing invisible things, such as thoughts, emotions and dreams into the physical world of objects. 

Currie was awarded a Samstag scholarship in 2011, to study at the Kunglia Konsthogskolan In Stockholm. Exhibiting at a national and international galleries since 2003, she has participated in residencies in Japan, Lithuania, Spain and the United Kingdom.  


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