Tina Fox trained as an architect at The Bartlett School and Univeristy of Westminster in London and went on to complete an MA Art in Architecture at the University of East London.
After working for over 10 years in architecture and interior design, Tina Fox moved to Sydney in 2011 and expanded her private practice into visual and public art.
Her current work explores hand crafted techniques to reflect on digital printing and
manufacturing and the future of craft in the modern age.
She has exhibited large public textile sculptures in Sydney for Vivid, The North Sydney Art
Prize, Harbour Sculpture, Sawmillers Sculpture Prize and The Sydney Architecture Festival
and is currently one of the resident artists at the TWT Creative Precinct in St Leonards.
She is currently one of the studio artists at the TWT Creative Precinct in St Leonards, Sydney, and works regularly with North Sydney Council.
The artist’s innovative practice uses projection, digital imaging and stop frame animation to
create cross-disciplinary works that melt technological boundaries. She combines the
aesthetics of the digital computer pixel and binary code with various crochet techniques to
create a new crafted language. Filet crochet in particular holds a special resonance with
pixelation and is explored again and again.
Hand craft becomes integrated into digital technology, meshing textiles with modern preoccupations, to create crafted hybrids.
STUDIO: 62 Atchison St, TW Creative Precinct, St Leonards, Sydney, NSW
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