Briony Law is a Brisbane-based artist whose contemporary art practice investigates conceptions of nature, technology, urbanisation and the Anthropocene. Working predominantly with video installation, her work examines the mediation of the natural world through screen–based imagery, and the perceptual effects of re-contextualising this mediation. The resulting artworks explore the impact of digital technologies and the potential to reconsider these experiences and the effects of their mediation.
Her artwork has been exhibited nationally and internationally since 2015, including in Artificial Intellegence Ars Electronica Festival 2017. Briony is currently completing a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Honours) in Visual Art at QUT.
Briony can be contacted at Briony.firstname.lastname@example.org.
2017 Bachelor of Fine Arts (Visual Arts) (Honours), Queensland University of Technology
2013 Diploma of Visual Arts, Southbank Institute of Technology, Queensland
2017 Ars Electronica: Festival for Art, Technology and Society, Linz, Austria
2017 Robotronica, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane
2017 Orbit, Frank Moran Memorial Hall Gallery, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane
2016 Excerpts, Showcase Exhibition, The Block, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane
2016 Now What? Graduate Exhibition, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane
2016 In the End, Jugglers Art Space, Fortitude Valley, Brisbane
2015 Con//TEXT (Post Datum), H Block gallery, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane
2014 Nature Documentary, Jugglers Art Space, Fortitude Valley, Brisbane
2013 Phase, Show Arts Gallery, South Brisbane, Queensland
2013 Zenith 150 Graduate Exhibition, Southbank Institute of Technology, South Brisbane
2017 QUT Hilde Chenhall Memorial Scholarship