Bridie Lunney’s work investigates performative responses to site, creating sculptural forms that acknowledge the body as a conduit between our emotional and psychological selves and the physical world. Working intuitively, she activates spaces through the mimicry and subversion of architectural conditions and gestures, creating installations that reveal the presence, absence and flux of what is already there.

Her recent exhibitions include Redlands Konica Minolta Art Prize National Art School, Sydney; Propositions in collaboration with Torie Nimmervoll, Gertrude Contemporary 2013; Space, Pieces of  WestSpace and Pieces of Eight; Place of Assembly as part of the Melbourne International Arts Festival; The ceiling has lost it’s solidity in collaboration with Torie Nimmervoll, Manysquaremetres in 2012; A Condition of Change Sarah Scout; Suspension Test Conical in 2011; Non-Negotiable Project Space; Risk Potential Die Ecke, Santiago, Chile in 2010 and Once more with Feeling Margaret Lawrence Gallery in 2009. 

She is currently teaching Sculpture and Drawing at Monash University in the Faculty of Art and Design.