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Katie Eraser

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2021

Acrylic and oil stick on paper

79 x 62cm

Framed in white under Art Glass

Location: Cheltenham
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About Katie Eraser

For Narrm-based contemporary artist Katie Eraser, emotion is at the core of how art conveys our experience of being in the world. Her work is strewn with embodied expressions of lust, loss, and longing, which speaks to her lived experience, and queer ideology. An ongoing interest across her practice is examining her perception that art connects us to ourselves, and others, because it puts emotional revelations that would otherwise be overlooked within reach. Her works pulsate with intuitive mark making and blind sketching, propelled by an instinct to distill a deep tension within. Eraser holds a Masters in Therapeutic Arts Practice from MIECAT Institute and a Bachelor of Design from Billy Blue College of Design. Since 2017 she has exhibited in both solo and group exhibitions. Eraser was awarded the Fortyfive Downstairs Emerging Artist Award in 2018. Katie Eraser (b. 1986, Eora Nation (Sydney) Australia, lives and works Kulin Nation (Melbourne) Australia) explores the relationship between, the social experience of desire and destruction, in relation to mental health and the queer identity. New imaginings are generated from both instinctual, and intuitive dialogues, transposed into the visual narrative. Investigations of painting and sculpture explore shame and the aesthetics of intimacy, through a queer female lens, using subjectivity as a means to examine pain and joy. Working predominantly in abstract figuration, her work seeks to create beauty through the narration of mental health, employing affection and compassion for the figures depicted works, to permeate the space where there was once only suffering. Eraser is currently studying her Masters of Contemporary Art at the Victorian College of the Arts, The University of Melbourne and holds a Masters in Therapeutic Arts Practice from MIECAT Institute and a Bachelor of Design from Billy Blue College of Design. Since 2017 she has exhibited in solo and group exhibitions. Eraser was awarded the Fortyfive Downstairs Emerging Artist Award in 2018. She is represented commercially by Studio Gallery, Melbourne.

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