About

Bio

Priscilla Bracks was born in northern New South Wales, Australia in 1973. She studied and practiced law in Australia, before turning to a career as a full time artist after completing a first class honours degree in photography at the Queensland College of Art in 2002. She is interested in the interplay between human nature, social-justice, law, media, and contemporary social, political and environmental issues. Priscilla has a broad practice covering a range of mediums including photography, illustration, installation and new-media art.

Since 2002 she has been creating a major project – Making the Empire Cross – a series about the relationships between images, media and the creation of truth, history and popular ideology.

Priscilla has won several awards including the Courier Mail Emerging Artist Award in 2001, and has exhibited in Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney, Dubai, St Tropez and Lille.
In 2007 a collaborative new media installation Charmed was featured in Experimenta Playground: International Biennial of Media Arts in Melbourne, and will also be shown at the annual International Symposium of Electronic Artists, to be held this year in Singapore.


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January 9, 2006

Curriculum vitae

For more details about Priscilla's career as an artist including grants, exhibitions and publications please refer to her Artist CV, in .pdf format.

January 8, 2006

Contact Details

Priscilla Bracks can be contact via the following email:

info [at] priscillabracks [dot] com

September 24, 2004

About

About Bio

Priscilla Bracks was born in northern New South Wales, Australia in 1973. She studied and practiced law in Australia, before turning to a career as a full time artist after completing a first class honours degree in photography at the Queensland College of Art in 2002. She is interested in the interplay between human nature, social-justice, law, media, and contemporary social, political and environmental issues. Priscilla has a broad practice covering a range of mediums including photography, illustration, installation and new-media art.

Since 2002 she has been creating a major project – Making the Empire Cross – a series about the relationships between images, media and the creation of truth, history and popular ideology.

Priscilla has won several awards including the Courier Mail Emerging Artist Award in 2001, and has exhibited in Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney, Dubai, St Tropez and Lille.
In 2007 a collaborative new media installation Charmed was featured in Experimenta Playground: International Biennial of Media Arts in Melbourne, and will also be shown at the annual International Symposium of Electronic Artists, to be held this year in Singapore.


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Priscilla Bracks 2006