New opportunity for QCA students to display their work to the public

Machinery Street Galleries is an initiative of QCA Galleries and Lendlease, presenting an exciting new avenue for undergraduate Fine Art and Photography students from the Queensland College of Art (QCA) to exhibit and present their work to the public.

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Current exhibition

Work by Jessica Byrne

Jessica Byrne

Bachelor of Fine Art, Interdisciplinary Sculpture

The VANarty Chair, IVy? and Mockelier

Mixed media sculpture installation

Jessica Byrne creates multimedia sculptures and installations from found and refurbished objects. Byrne’s work references the place where the material was collected from, either physically or socially. By exploring her local environments and emulating them into physical objects, Byrne engages with social themes that effect the body and identity.

Work by Jessica Dinsdale

Jessica Dinsdale

Bachelor of Fine Art, Interdisciplinary Sculpture

Tree Weave

Jute, string and charcoal

Jessica Dinsdale’s practice is centred on drawing, and incorporates various media such as ink, charcoal, jute and string to explore new dimensions within her work. Dinsdale is interested in connecting the materials of man with the natural world, by exploring the physical and psychical nature of our experience.

Work by Ronda Sharpe

Ronda Sharpe

Bachelor of Fine Art, Interdisciplinary Sculpture

Everything is Connected

Woven baskets: data cables, wire, ochre and bond crete

Ronda Sharpe is an environmental artist who promotes awareness of waste in our ecosystem by creating artworks made from reusable everyday mediums that are considered trash. Sharpe’s woven baskets represent the connection between ancient Indigenous women’s cultural practices and our current fast-paced lifestyle and use of high technology.

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