Through a meticulous process of drawing, craft and sculpture, Alasdair McLuckie’s practice re-invents traditional folklore with a strong formalist sensibility that incorporates elements of modernism, primitivism and psychedelic imagery. The attention to detail in the work translates into a dense visually symbolic language that expresses the infinite possibilities of creation and unifies process, material, image, and concept.
Alasdair McLuckie graduated from the Victorian College of the Arts, Melbourne with a Bachelor of Fine Art (Painting) in 2007 and is represented by Murray White Room. His work is in the collections of MONA, Hobart; Monash University Museum, Melbourne, Artbank and Ten Cubed, Melbourne. 2017