About

About

Briony Law is a visual artist currently based in Brisbane, Australia who works primarily with sculpture, moving image and installation. Her practice explores aspects of human ecology, urbanisation and the complex systems of mediation at play in parks, reserves and conservation areas. Her work observes social practices in these places and notions of nature connectedness. The resulting artworks layer and contrast digital representations with physical material constructions as a means to investigate human use of natural environment elements. Through these assemblages she aims to examine the potential of mediation to indirectly and inherently inform Western perspectives and attitudes toward ecology.

Briony also works as a studio assistant for davisthomas and holds a BFA with Honours in Visual Arts (2017) from the Queensland University Technology. She has exhibited both nationally and internationally with projects at Boxcopy (Brisbane), Frank Moran Memorial Hall Gallery (Brisbane), The Block (Brisbane) and Ars Electronica Festival (Linz). Briony was awarded the Hilde Chenhall Memorial Scholarship in Visual Arts (2017).

Her involvement in collaborative projects includes “1:1” with Jacob Watton, Jaymis Loveday and Charles Henden for Robotronica (Brisbane) and the Ars Electronica Festival (Linz) and Jaymis Loveday’s “Mixed Reality” series at the Flowstate pavilion (Brisbane).

 

Contact

Briony can be contacted at Briony.law@gmail.com

 

CV

Education

2017    Bachelor of Fine Arts (Visual Arts) Honours (First Class), Queensland University of Technology

2013    Diploma of Visual Arts, Southbank Institute of Technology, Queensland

Group Exhibitions

2018    Future Proof, Boxcopy, Brisbane

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

Awards

2017    QUT Hilde Chenhall Memorial Scholarship