Wendy Murray is a Sydney-based artist and arts educator. Her artworks are informed by her knowledge of street art and graffiti and her interest in psycho-geography and the concept of the derive, or unplanned journey….more
Value the artist
Collaboration with Mildura artist and sign writer Terry (Moose) McGowan of McGowan Signs, Mildura VIC, Australia. Over a 10 day residency, Moose and I worked together developing two installations that responded to both the current pre-election economic and social climate in Australia… view project
PULL your punches
As International AIR at Hamilton Ink Spot, Pull you punches reflects the pre-election atmosphere in the US (September 2016). Printed developed using letter press and serigraph processes … view project
pull a fat 1!, 2016
Pull a fast 1!, 2016 Two colour screen print on French Kraft Pop-Tone 100# cover (Sweet Tooth)
Size: 62x44cm, Edition: 5
Men working with silk screen, Federal Art Project, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis c.1942. Photo courtesy of the Minnesota Historical Society.
Damn empty? damn right!
Dam Empty? Damn Right! reflects on the legacies of agitprop visual art practices of street posters, zine production and performative public action to draw attention to climate change, infrastructural failure and state mismanagement of the water systems in rural New South Wales… view project
Writing| Banksy in the burbs
Art Guide Australia, May 2016, by Wendy Murray
Along the high street, centipede-like lengths of glass company stickers run down the edges of shop windows. On David Lane, tucked in amongst the cluster of sans serif contact details is a very clever sticker by Rizot & KEWL… read the article