Bridie Gillman is a Brisbane-based artist who works with paint, photography and installation to convey the nature of negotiating cross-cultural experiences and memory. Painting is a meditative process through which Gillman recalls experiences and emotions, articulating the inconsistency in memory through abstract forms.

After is an attempt at navigating the Australian landscape, a recollection of inconsistent memories of past experiences and place. 

Gillman completed a bachelor of Fine Art with First Class Honours from the Queensland College of Art in 2013. She has conducted residencies with Rimbun Dahan at Hotel Penaga in George Town in Malaysia, and with Ketjil Bergerak, Yogyakarta in Indonesia.

In 2016, she was a finalist in the Redland Art gallery Art Award, The Walls Artspace PRIZENOPRIZE, and the Murray Art Museum Albury (MAMA) National Photography Prize.

In 2015, she was featured in Artist Profile Magazine, and Ground Journal. Gillman has since exhibited works in Brisbane at Edwina Corlette Gallery, Spiro | Grace Art Rooms and A-CH Gallery, and in Hobart at Gallery Ten. Her work is held in private collections throughout Australia and internationally.

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