Philip Brophy has finished his new series of digital works titled Colour Me Dead, and will be discussing the collection when the exhibition commences in mid-June. Utilising prints, digital animations and video projections, Brophy’s work aims to portray the transformation of nude art.
Having released an 18-chapter book encapsulating the nude form, his six new pieces are parallel derivatives from the book’s 3,000 artworks. Brophy is a contemporary artist who has been sponsored by the Vizard Foundation to come up with new and exciting directions for their work. Colour Me Dead will be running until early September this year but take the opportunity to enter the mind of the artist during Brophy’s talk on June 13.