In their individual creative spheres, Ahern works within a multi-disciplinary practice that focuses on conceptual experimentation through contemporary painting and sculpture.
Crawford-Harriman is a videographer and multi-media artist, experimenting with technological and digital practices.
By examining collaborative practice as the assemblage of ideas and skills, Holly Ahern and Eden Crawford’s work centres upon the investigation of materials through a dialogue that is both playful and intimately negotiated. A key outcome of their practice places an emphasis on meaningful recontextualization of existing artefacts, with an interest towards chance-happenings in public environments.
It is hard to define the future of the Northern Rivers region in the aftermath of the 2022 major floods. Using dormant billboards and signpost structures artists Holly Ahern and Eden Crawford-Harriman will take snippets and quotes from community conversations about the future to become a series of vibrant and eye-catching artworks or ‘signs’ installed across the region.