Tracey Clement

Based in: Eora/Sydney, Australia

Tracey Clement is an artist and writer. She has a diploma in jewellery design, an undergraduate degree in art history-theory, a MFA in sculpture and a PhD in contemporary art. Recent residencies include the Fairfield City Museum and Gallery, the AGNSW studio at the Cité in Paris, and the Hazelhurst Regional Arts Centre. In 2021 she had a solo exhibition at the Casula Powerhouse as part of winning the 2018 Blake Prize Established Artist Residency. She has exhibited widely, both nationally and internationally, and her written work has been published in numerous art and design magazines.


Julie Rrap: The Fast and The Funny

After four decades of practice, Julie Rrap is still doing what she does best: raising serious issues with dry humour, sharp wit and shrewd irony.

John Walsh: Traversing Worlds

Tracey Clement explores how John Walsh bridges the divide between the realms of fantasy and reality and of past and present with compelling verisimilitude.

Geoff Kleem: Getting Lost and Found in the Forest

Australian artist Geoff Kleem has had an on-going interest in labour, landscape and the dynamic relationship between audience and artwork.
Lucas Grogan

Lucas Grogan: True Blue

Lucas Grogan has enjoyed a prolific few years, further developing his strong visual language.
Clemens Krauss portrait

Clemens Kraus: The doctor is in

A fully qualified medical doctor and psychoanalyst, Clemens Krauss’ practice is informed by his ability to intersect art and science.

Coen Young: Bright Young Things

Coen Young’s dedication and commitment to art and its role in our lives was shaped early on by a close personal friendship with the late William Wright.

Aleks Danko: A Man with a Motto

Aleks Danko has often been described as one of Australia’s seminal conceptual artists but he makes the claim that his work is more a parody of conceptual art than an attempt to be a conceptual artist.