Bronwyn Hack is an emerging painter, printmaker, ceramicist, textile artist and zine maker. She has an intense art practice, which results in work that reflects her interest in people, body parts and animals, particularly wild and domestic dogs. Her artworks are beautifully resolved, demonstrating her confident and gestural mark-making. Her early work centred on scenes of ardent attraction featuring fictionalised characters drawn from popular culture and her imagination. Her recent work reveals a darker edge. While maintaining a focus on figurative subjects, she has begun prioritising specific sections of the body, including bones, reinterpreting the forms into compelling objects and paintings.
Hack presented a solo exhibition at Arts Project Australia in 2016 and has exhibited in numerous group exhibitions, including at Spring1883 in Sydney, Melbourne Art Fair and Linden New Art, Melbourne. In 2018 she was a finalist in the Darebin Art Prize, Melbourne.
— b. Melbourne, 1979