The Outdoors Type is Jacqueline Bradley's investigation into her own interactions with the Australian landscape. Bradley creates series of costumes and props using sewing and found objects, which are intended to bridge the gap between the artist and the natural environment. These interactions are documented and displayed alongside the costumes through a series of hand wound flipbooks. Begun as a response to a residency at Arthur Boyd's' Estate, Bundanon, Bradley has developed a series of works to make a space for the uncomfortable and unskilled when faced with the great outdoors.
Jacqueline Bradley is a Canberra based artist who makes sculptural objects. Her work explores ways of engaging with the surrounding environment, ideas of home and a sense of place. These objects take the form of sculptures, installations and costumes, made from building materials, household objects, fabric and wallpaper. She currently works from her studio at Australian National Capital Artists and both tutors and lectures in the sculpture workshop at ANU School of Art.
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