Alinta Krauth is a multidisciplinary digital artist who focuses on projection art, interactive art, sound art, art games, and digital literature, and is interested in experimenting with links between these fields. She is also interested in ways to tie social relevance into interactive pieces – particularly with regards to sustainability, ecology, and physics. She has seen her works exhibited globally in such places as Brisbane to Bergen, Virginia to Vienna, Paris to Melbourne, Vancouver to New York City.
Alinta has lived in rural Queensland for her entire life, and her background is in cultural theory and creative writing. She likes to use these understandings to help her create historically and culturally considered works. But most of all Alinta is simply curious about the world and all its creatures – real and imagined. www.alintakrauth.com
Speed Artist Marianne Grigore paints from the heart and loves to share her passion with others. Her colours and style are bright and flowing and she paints with both oils and acrylics. She loves to experiment with colours and textures and has been painting, drawing, scribbling for the last 58 years.
Marianne says- “My dad (Grand Jack) has been my inspiration. I still remember tracing the outlines of Australian animals that my dad had painted on my bedroom walls when I was very young. This early experience provided me with the desire to express myself through my art.”
During the Lunch on the Lawn 15th Nov