Images courtesy of the artist.
Top: Self-Portrait in the Static, 2019. Ink on paper, 18 x 15 cm
Bottom: Study for Structureless 1, 2019. Ink on paper 30 x 36 cm
Patrick Cremin is a multi-disciplinary artist currently based in Sydney, Australia.
Utilising painting, photography and sculpture in his practice, his work explores notions
of dread, conflict and control within the Australian urban environment.
He has completed a Masters of Fine Arts (research) at UNSW Art and Design and holds
a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Honours) from the same institution. His work was included in
the 2017 Wendy Paramor Prize and he has been a finalist in the Churchie Emerging Art Award, the William and Winifred Bowness Photography Prize and the Josephine Ulrick Photography Prize.
He is a founding Co-Director of Archive Space (2013-2015), an artist-run gallery in Newtown, Sydney.