Brianne Mackinnon


Operating as a quasi-archival artist, Brianne Mackinnon’s practice explores information systems and processes of publicity and dissemination that generate within the arts industry. Establishing large online and physical archives of exhibition publications, brochures and related publicity content and images, her practice endeavours to establish a self-generating system of production, where research into and participation within local art scenes stimulates the continual progression of work. The practice acts as a tool to archive and represent this information across sculpture, installation, digital collage and mapping activities. 

Brianne Mackinnon is an emerging Brisbane artist with First Class Honours in Fine Arts at Queensland University of Technology.  Brianne’s work has been exhibited in The Shape of Things to Come and Now We Are Six at Queensland University of Technology and the annual Fresher Cu_ts showcase with Inbetweenspaces. Her work was shown as part of a four week residency with Wandering Room ARI and a 3 month project with The Edge, State Library of Queensland.

Brianne’s work was selected to show at the Perth Institute of Contemporary Art’s annual Hatched National Graduate Show in 2012. 

Image: ‘World Press Photo’ 2010