Caroline McGregor

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Caroline McGregor has a solo show coming in 2020!

Caroline McGregor was seduced by the practice of sculpture whilst studying at the National Art School in Darlinghurst where she completed her MFA in 2017. Influenced by the insistent materiality of the minimalist sculptors, and the formal, aesthetic considerations of the Modernists, she creates steel and/or timber sculptures that speak of both the expressiveness and the composure of geometry whilst intentionally referencing architecture and the act of construction.

McGregor was awarded the Olympic Park Residency Prize and the John Valance Prize for Sculpture in 2014 and The Olympic Park Residency Prize for Sculpture in 2015. She has participated in several residencies, both in Australia and overseas to enhance her professional development.

 

Caroline McGregor has a solo show coming in 2020!

Caroline McGregor was seduced by the practice of sculpture whilst studying at the National Art School in Darlinghurst where she completed her MFA in 2017. Influenced by the insistent materiality of the minimalist sculptors, and the formal, aesthetic considerations of the Modernists, she creates steel and/or timber sculptures that speak of both the expressiveness and the composure of geometry whilst intentionally referencing architecture and the act of construction.

McGregor was awarded the Olympic Park Residency Prize and the John Valance Prize for Sculpture in 2014 and The Olympic Park Residency Prize for Sculpture in 2015. She has participated in several residencies, both in Australia and overseas to enhance her professional development.

 

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