Carolyn Craig is an artist who works within the graphic mediums. She holds a PHD from the Queensland College of Art and teaches at the National Art School in Sydney. Her work has been a finalist in prizes such as the Burnie, Freemantle, Silkcut, Clayton Utz, Churchie, Bangkok Drawing and Print Triennial and the Marie Ellis Award in Drawing.
Carolyn investigates the relationships of social power systems and how they are manifested in the gestural and language utterances of the body. Her material focus is in the intersection of indexical reprographic media and graphic drawing methodologies using traditional media in drawing and printmaking as well as new technologies in the digital arena. Of particular interest in the current JPEG Empire as manifest in an era of bio- internet discourse.