BRAD HARKIN is a South Australian artist. His current practice is concentrated on sound and installation art, exploring themes of cultural identity, pilgrimage, technology, and family history.
His background in music production and Bachelor in Visual Arts has resulted in an amalgamation of visuals and audio in his artworks. He has been working in the visual arts sector in both South Australian and interstate galleries for the past six years, and had the privilege of working with many artists while installing their exhibitions. Currently Harkin is undertaking a Masters degree in Fine Art and Design at the Tasmanian College of the Arts in Hobart.
His work has been exhibited in galleries both in South Australia and interstate, most recently as a part of the 2017 group exhibition Blak Mirror at 107 Projects in Redfern NSW. Harkin identifies with both his Anglo Australian and Narungga Aboriginal heritage.
Image credit: Untitled, series of 8, polyester resin and used toothbrush heads, 2016. Photograph by Rhiannon Hopley.