b.1986, Perth, Australia
Lives and works between Australia and the USA. Currently based in Perth, Western Australia.
Claire Krouzecky works across disciplines that include painting, site-specific installation, performance, video and sound. Her works often develop over a duration and are best described as accumulations — in real time, observation, or recordings. Her practice inhabits a space between the romantic and the conceptual, and her subjects usually revolve around light and air. Claire is also engaged in several ongoing collaborations; including a public installation and performance art group Inter Collective; and Nuclei, a collective of Australian artists, writers, curators and architects that investigate the fieldwork practices of contemporary nomadic and island-dwelling artists.
Claire graduated with an MFA from the Tasmanian College of the Arts in 2013 and most recently worked as Collections Manager at Picture Room, New York.