Cassia Glynn Bray, ‘Doll houses’, 2022. Spray paint on recycled cardboard. 100cm x 150cm x 17cm. Image courtesy: the artist.

Artist Statement

‘Doll houses’ is a body of work incorporating spray paint and recycled cardboard. This work utilises a loose and abstract style of spray painting alongside the structural properties of cardboard, bringing together the practices of sculpture and painting. The piece builds upon a series of previous works by the artist utilising fluorescent road marking spray paints, cardboard, and motifs of childhood. ‘Doll houses’ explores and invokes a balance between childish innocence and the gravity of adulthood.

Cassia glynn bray doll house art piece for jenny brit award

Acknowledgement of Country

UNSW School of Art & Design stands on an important place of learning and exchange first occupied by the Bidjigal and Gadigal peoples.

We acknowledge the Bidjigal and Gadigal peoples as the Traditional Custodians of the land that our students and staff share, create and operate on. We pay our respects to Elders past and present and extend this respect to all First Nations peoples across Australia. Sovereignty has never been ceded.