Rosina Byrne. Bio.
Rosina Byrne is a Mildura based artist who is trying to understand or make sense of life, death and everything in between, she was born in 1965 to Italian migrant parents and raised on a Grape Fruit Block on the outskirts of Euston, N.S.W. Byrne works predominantly with photography, and however video work is used in her installation work occasionally. Byrne is currently completing her Bachelor of Visual Art at LaTrobe, Mildura, where she received the La Trobe Executive Dean’s Award for Academic Excellence in 2012 and also in 2012 she was awarded the Golden Key from Golden Key International Honour Society for excellence. Byrne has exhibited in several solo and group exhibitions, Wallflower Photomedia Gallery, Mildura, 2013 and has exhibited at the Centre for Contemporary Photography, Melbourne in 2012. Byrne’s art practice is constantly evolving; she is currently exploring the uniqueness of individuals through her surveillance and voyeuristic approach to making art. Byrne is the random and opportunistic photographer out there capturing the inner workings of life. Due to Byrne’s evolving art practice she has turned the camera onto herself for Palimpsest #9.

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