Gregory Carosi

Place is central to my practice, giving shape to considerations of the changing nature of the human condition in the 21st century, and shining light on the ways art can enhance our domestic, commercial and public spaces. Further, my work seeks to embody the complex interactions between humans and their physical and cultural surroundings, engaging with local communities to develop artworks that speak of place and the lives of the people who inhabit them.

Taking up and reworking the tradition of Australian landscape painting pioneered by Sidney Nolan, Fred Williams and Jeffrey Smart for contemporary audiences, my increasingly large-format output offers art audiences, clients and the general public immersive experiences on the human scale. This is exemplified in recent public commissions for the Dubbo Hospital Redevelopment and Western Cancer Centre project in partnership with NSW Health & Infrastructure (opening 2021), collaborations with Parramatta Artists’ Studios, and the major solo exhibition, Dead Reckoning at Wagga Wagga Art Gallery in 2020. In 2022, Latitude will continue to connect regional and remote centres through art in an exhibition to be held at Broken Hill Regional Art Gallery.

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Wagga Wagga

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