Digital and Fabrication
Grace Blake is a digital media and installation artist based in Canberra. Central to her practice is a tension between the virtual and tangible, which is developed by using 3D modelling and editing software to generate hypothetical architecture and objects, which are increasingly placed within accompanying installations. Recently, her works look to establish a common thread connecting ancient and future organic, artificial and hybridised life on earth, a commonality between human and nonhuman beings. This is imagined as sculptural forms, objects and furniture as well as 3D rendering. Alongside an experimental contemporary art practice, she also makes smaller affordable design works. These techno flamboyant semi-functional objects enjoy a playful existence in the home and garden.