Claire Krouzecky is a multidisciplinary artist and writer. Her practice ranges from highly introspective works to public facing collaborative projects.

Driven by a deep engagement with site, Claire’s work has manifested in recent years via a number of international residencies, projects and exhibitions in Japan, Iceland, Italy, Germany and the USA. Claire has a sustaining interest in the ethics and aesthetics of caretaking on individual, collective and organisational levels. In 2018 Claire interned as assistant to the directors at LungA School, Iceland, prior to which she was Collections Manager and Bibliographer at Picture Room, New York.

Claire received a Masters of Fine Art from the Tasmanian College of the Arts in 2013, and currently lives on Walyalup, Nyoongar Whadjuk Country (Fremantle, Western Australia).


Seeking to distend a moment in time, inhabiting a space between the romantic and the conceptual. I want my work to remain held in productive uncertainty; with no specified objective — work that is invisible, work that collapses, exhausts, erases, work that is never-ending or only ending by way of the conditions in which it is contained.