Tricky Walsh is a non-binary artist working in New Norfolk, Tasmania, who works both collaboratively and in a solo capacity.
Their projects focus on both spatial and communication concerns  in an increasingly speculative manner and while they use a diversity of media (architecture, painting, drawing, sculpture, installation, sound, film, comics, radio) it is foremost the concept at hand that determines which form of material experimentation occurs within these broader themes.

Walsh has been awarded a Qantas Foundation Art Encouragement award and won the 2009 Hobart Art prize for their sculpture The Wasp project, has been commissioned to make works for the Mao Jihong foundation in collaboration with Centre Pompidou, Monash University Museum of Art, the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery and the privately funded Detached Cultural Organisation and was included in the 2013 Mona Foma festival, organised by the Museum of Old and New Art.
Walsh has been a recipient of numerous Australia Council and Arts Tasmania grants, and has undertaken residencies in London, New York, Jogjakarta, China and Paris.
They are represented by Bett Gallery, Hobart, Tasmania, and MARS Gallery in Melbourne and have exhibited extensively throughout Tasmania, Australia and Overseas.
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