Kylie Spear’s practice uses audiovisual media and installation to articulate and interrogate remembered experiences. She collaborates with other artists, musicians and makers to develop works that question perception and consider overlappings between objective truth and fiction. By gathering and reimagining fragments of memories (real or constructed) she creates shared physical spaces for collective and critical reflection.
Kylie is a contemporary artist based in Brisbane. She studied at the Queensland College of Art, graduating with First Class Honours in 2012. She was a founding member and co-Director of The Hold Artspace from 2012 - 2015. She has exhibited nationally and overseas, and undertaken collaborative residencies within Australia. Her work is held in private Collections around the country.
I wish to acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which I live, learn and work in central Brisbane. I pay my respects to people from the Jagera nation and the Turrbul nation, and their Elders, past, present and emerging.