Australian Art


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Geoff Parr's current series of digital prints stretch the possibilities of surface tension created by neo-pointillist techniques. Inspired by the patterns and forms of natural materials found in the Tasmanian bush, Parr's recent work has incorporated imagery sourced from the state's widely publicised old growth forests.

Instrumental in the development of the Digital Arts Research Facility (DARF) at the University of Tasmania in Hobart, Parr was recently a Chief Investigator on an Australian Research Council grant exploring the formative pixel structures in computer generated images.

Parr has been extensively collected throughout Australia, with the National Gallery of Australia holding a large number of Parr's early works in their permanent collection.


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