Luke Parker (AU)
Image: Luke Parker, Approximately infinite universe(detail), 2020, digital photograph, dimensions variable, Courtesy the artist.
Born 1975, Tamworth, lives Sydney
Luke Parker received a BA (Communications) from the University of Technology in 1996. Since then, his work as an artist has been included in exhibitions at the Art Gallery of New South Wales, the National Gallery of Victoria, Geelong Gallery, MAMA Albury, Gertrude Contemporary, the Centre for Contemporary Photography, Monash Gallery of Art, Carriageworks, Artspace, the National Art School Gallery, Campbelltown Arts Centre, and Penrith Regional Gallery. He has made works for many artist-run galleries, including most recently for 55 Sydenham Road Marrickville, where he was a member of the artist board, 2015–18. In 2003, he received a development grant from the Australia Council to undertake a residency in London. In 2018, he completed a residency at the Cité internationale des arts, Paris, awarded by the Power Institute, The University of Sydney, supported by a development grant from the Australia Council. In 2021 he will undertake a residency at KRP (Kedewatan Residency Program), Ubud, Bali. His work is held in public institutions including the AGNSW and the NGV.