When local Brisbane dweller Darcie
isn’t busy with her bands,
she’s diving into an existentialist hole
Darcie’s practice navigates
the corners of one’s brain through a
creative space, expressing emotions and
reflecting on poignant aspects
of change, identity, and nostalgia.
The artist works collaboratively with materials,
relying on an intuitive process to create.
Darcie works with mediums including paint, pencil, digital, collage and video.
Through these means, Darcie investigates the human condition, social constructs,
and draws parallels between the personal and collective experience.
This occurs through the phlegmatic and sometimes downright
pessimistic lens of a 22-year-old Valley rat.
Darcie’s practice covers design work,
creating anything in the vein of visual imagery for bands
including Semantics, Annoying Neighbours, Grim Richard, The Buzzing Towers, The Melancholiac, Jane Street and Verum to name a few.
While diverse in medium and medias, the artists practice is always
grounded by the pursuit for authentic self-expression.