Eleanor Amiradaki is a Sydney-based multi-disciplinary artist of Greek Heritage. Her work seeks to unearth certain dualities, rather than creating unifying codes, which point to the complexities of the feminine experience in relationship with self, society and the land. Through a mythic lens she explores the relationship between the transcendent and the mundane, notions of agency and gendered roles. Studies in generational trauma, birth and archetypal psychology underpin her practice.
Eleanor holds a B Visual Communications (Hons Class 1) and has recently completed her Master of Art, UNSW receiving the Industry Award for Printmaking. Recent exhibitions include: Take Care of the Living Things First, Airspace Projects (2019), Ravenswood Australian Women’s Art Prize (2019), Hornsby Art Prize (2019), Modern Ritual, BSA Project Space (2018) and No Mans Land, Gallery Lane Cove (2020). Her work is held in private collections in Australia, Europe and the USA.
Gallery // Available Work
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⋗ A Flowery Tale
Limited Edition Archival Print 1/5
No-Mans Land, Gallery Lane Cove