Artist in Residence /
21st March – 27th March, 2022
Aude Parichot will be completing an artist residency at The Lock-Up while installing the exhibition RADICAL SLOWNESS opening Saturday 26 March 2022.
Aude Parichot is a French born, Sydney-based artist. Her work is a continuous engagement and exploration of the flow between art and everyday life.
Through process-driven artistic projects, Aude Parichot questions and responds to places, events and situations; how they converse in a transformational poetic and playful manner. She moves thoughts and emotions into actions, expanding drawing into installation, video, performance, digital media, participative art and documentation. By engaging with evolving systems of art-making, she explores our relationship to place, change, time, language and our use of everyday digital technology.
Aude Parichot graduated in 2013 from a BFA in Painting at the National Art School in Sydney, where she later completed an MFA in Drawing in 2020. She was the recipient of the East Sydney Doctors Scholarship in 2019 for her Master’s degree project. Alongside exhibiting in group shows and having a continuous and explorative studio practice, she develops dynamic and time-based projects in independent spaces, such as Articulate Project Space. Aude Parichot lectures in the drawing department of The National Art School in Sydney and offers private art-practice development mentoring.
Her work is held in private collections in Australia, New-Zealand, Europe, Canada and South America.