Visual artist and curator Lachlan McKee sits down with Jonathan O'Brien to talk about the curative process of creation, compartmentalisation, fashion, and the tactility of found objects.
Lachlan McKee is concerned with concepts of space, restraint, and tension between empty and resolute matter, whether that be physical or theoretical. He addresses this through a particularly sensitive treatment of materiality, utilising Launching <em>The Book of Dirt</em> by Bram Presser (November, 2017).<br />mediums from bitumen to charcoal. McKee was a finalist in the 2017 Marie Ellis OAM Prize for Drawing and is currently undertaking a Bachelor of Fine Arts at the Queensland College of Art.
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