Bachelor of Visual Art
Gabrielle Cirocco is an emerging artist based in Adelaide, South Australia. In 2015 she graduated from Adelaide Central School of Art with a Bachelor of Visual Art. Her work was selected for the cover of the Graduate Exhibition catalogue for that same year.
Gabrielle works within the fields of drawing, painting, sculpture and installation. Her current practice focuses on the relationship between humans and architectural space.
In 2013 to 2016 Gabrielle was co-director of the Adelaide-based artist-run initiative, Floating Goose Studios, where she worked from her studio.
In 2016, Carclew Youth Arts awarded Gabrielle the June S. Tanner Memorial Scholarship to complete an artist-in-residence program in Empoli, Italy, through the Sincresis Spazio D’Arte.
Gabrielle returned to Europe in 2017 to exhibit her work.
‘I found that studying at Adelaide Central School of Art was one of the best experiences of my life. The lecturers are some of the most helpful and dedicated artists in South Australia. The Bachelor of Visual Art helped me to deeply engage in the beginnings of my art career and aided me to think critically about art and its magnificent effect on the earth.’