Who Am I?
Caity Girle is a neuro-spicy, artist with a Bachelor’s degree in Fine art from RMIT, and resides in Naarm, Melbourne. Eager to find magic in the mundane, her acute eye for detail helps her craft installations, sculptures, paintings, and fun workshops. Her explorations into methods and materials are forever in a state of flux; her one constant is color.
Her work is pulled between physical reality and her imagination, aesthetically textural and vibrant which evolves as she makes. Dark undertones are present in her theory, as she explores topics concerning circular economy, social behavior, and the authentic self. Caity employs ‘hunter-gatherer’ archetypes to collect objects that are used for workshops, sculptures, and her installations, re-imagined into new forms. Densely layered objects and concepts to infantile tendencies of Western marketing ploys and circular economy are explored in her artwork.
Currently, her interactive and grandiose structures and interiors for events attempt to hold the essence of ‘home’, ‘nostalgia’, and imagination. She intends to enable acts of ‘exchange’ between the communities’ participants, allowing space for self-awareness and reflection in a fun and engaging way.
Caity holds workshops that explore ‘imagination & play’ through different activities and mediums in a welcoming and inclusive space. Different senses are engaged to enjoy the process and to experience the outcome of creating in a whole new way.