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Taylor Steel is an Australian artist living and working on Gadigal land. Her practice uses methods of distortion and degradation to produce disorientating compositions that reflect the nature of drifting through ambiguous space located in the gaps and peripheries of urban landscapes. Informed by historic traditions of decay and contemporary material investigations within the field of graphic ontologies, she approaches decay and disorder not only as a subject in the field, but as a methodology in her experimental printmaking practice. 

In 2022 she graduated from the National Art School with an MFA majoring in printmaking. She was awarded the Bird Holcomb Master of Fine Art Scholarship in 2020 which assisted her practice during the course of her postgraduate studies. 


Pictured: Taylor Steel

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