Nicholas Currie’s work feature’s themes and subject matter of contemporary Australian Indigenous masculinity. These histories come from shared perspectives and are demonstrated with the use of colour, mark and the familiar objects. Iconic features of Currie’s practice are the large-scale paintings created through mark making performances entrenched and achieved by the body through chance, rehearsed actions, playing with medium and culturally significant movements. To coincide these paintings on canvas is the sculptural and performance practice with the use of readymade martial linking with iconography associated with the Australian Indigenous experience. As a result action in the space is the major linking aspect throw-out my whole practice if it be active with a performance or still with an artwork.