Cassie Sullivan


4 July – 3 August

Opening: Thursday 11 July, 6-8pm

Cassie Sullivan is a lutruwita/trouwerner First Nations artist based on Melukerdee Country in lutruwita/Tasmania.
She has a responsive practice that crosses disciplines of moving image, photography, writing, sound, installation, and printmaking.


Sullivan works with a deeply considered process driven practice that prioritises a multisensory engagement with Country. She explores themes of intergenerational experience and trauma that reside in bodily memory. Within her creative and cultural practice, Sullivan works to constantly question what can be imbued through materiality to give voice to complex identities.


Imprint, 2024 is a series of monotype prints on clouded perspex. Each print is a physical impression of an accumulation of lineal experience. The series is an exploration of how the artist’s identity presents itself in her body. It takes the form of organs, lungs, foetus’, ovaries and positions them in tension with the other, as we carry the same experiences and each imprint uniquely. They sit in imperfect duality.





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