Award-winning Brisbane artist Victoria Reichelt brings her latest exhibition Future Ruins to Jan Murphy Gallery. Continuing her investigation into society's shift from the analogue to the digital, this series of skilfully crafted paintings looks at our past and digital future through abandoned haunted interiors of libraries and archive spaces.
Since graduating from the Queensland College of Art in 2005, Reichelt has shown work across the nation and been the recipient for of some of Australia's most esteemed and sought after art prizes and grants. She has been a finalist in a number of significant prizes including the Archibald Prize, the Doug Moran National Portrait Prize and the Brett Whiteley Travelling Art Scholarship. Reichelt was also the 2013 winner of the Sulman Prize, and her art is held in the BHP Billiton collection, QAGOMA, Artbank and the Universty of Queensland gallery, as well as many more national and international collections.
Future Ruins exhibits at Jan Murphy Gallery from October 6 to 31.