Kirrily Hammond is a Melbourne artist whose practice encompasses painting, drawing and printmaking. Her work is predominantly based on the landscape and this website features individual artworks, a history of exhibitions and contact details.
Presented in partnership with Arts Project Australia, Landmarks presents the work of a group of artists that together reveal the ways in which we simultaneously navigate and inscribe our urban environment simply by living in it.
A landscape covered with structures, signs and symbols, emblazoned billboards and competing texts, our habitat is characterised by the traces of human presence and behaviour. In Landmarks the constructed environment is associated with memory and meaning as human markers accumulate, overlap and disintegrate. It is where shared spaces are transformed into personal maps of association and experience, where we might describe the world as one which can be read.