Mairin Briody describes herself as ‘an artist living and working on stolen Wadawurrung country in the regional town of Ballarat, Victoria’. She is practicing within her context of motherhood and our current political state of climate change denial. Her work speaks to the hope we can sense in a renewable and thriving future. Maxine sat with Mairin in her studio to discuss her outlook, and how it's expressed through her work.
Mairin’s show ‘Electric Prisms’ runs 17-27 October 2019 with an opening on Saturday the 19th at TooT Artspace, Shop 5, 17-19 Irwell Street St Kilda 3182.
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