Meet our Judges

Simone Eisler, Artist

Simone has a long association with Tambo and the Grassland Art Gallery, first visiting us in 2010.

Simone was a participant in the Art in the Grasslands public art development program and exhibition in 2012. And returned to tambo in 2019 to undertake community consultation to develop the Tambo Dam Lights public art sculpture.

Simone Eisler is a visual artist with an extensive exhibition profile both in Australia and internationally including the Philippines, Indonesia, New York, Belgium, Paris and Berlin. Her work is focused on space, time, form and structure.   She moves from large-scale sculptural multimedia installations through performative photographic works to individual sculptural objects that reference concepts of physical transformation, species evolution and biodiversity within the overarching notion of a changing technological and natural world.  She pushes this scientific investigation further into the realm of both mythology and futurist thinking, with a focus on interrogating presentation methodologies. Her practice also covers drawing and she is well known for a wide range of public art works and site-specific commissions.

www.simoneeisler.com

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GAP 2024

Grassland Art Prize 2024 A crowd of around 40 art

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Colours of Australia

Robyn O’Sullivan may be considered a relative newcomer in the world of art, but she is determined to make up for lost time.

Grassland Art Prize Judge
Meet our Judge, Sarah Johnson

With twenty-five years of experience in the arts, gallery, and museum sector, we’re excited to have Sarah Johnson as our judge for the GAP 2024