Briony Galligan lives and works on Wurundjeri and Boon wurrung land and is from an anglo-celtic background. Briony has solo and collaborative practices and works with drawing, sculpture, sets, costumes and performance. Her work loops between internal sensory experiences and tangible social forms; heightened points where particular personal and collective histories connect, disagree or unravel. She holds a Master of Fine Arts from Monash Art Design and Architecture and has previously exhibited at Firstdraft, National Gallery of Victoria, Heide Museum of Modern Art, Westspace, TCB Art Inc, Cemeti Art House (Yogyakarta, Indonesia) and Comfort Station (Chicago, USA). Briony is also currently working with Mel Deerson on a project about childhood and the rainbow, figured as both glimmering and dangerous – a strange, messy, slippery, varied thing.