2013 - 2015
Alasdair McLuckie’s practice adopts meticulous process to explore mythology, ritual, and re-birth. Using drawing and craft, his work re-invents folklore with a strong formalist aesthetic sensibility and an attention to detail that translates into a dense visually symbolic language that expresses the infinite possibilities of creation and unifies process, material, image, and concept.
McLuckie graduated from the Victorian College of the Arts, Melbourne with a Bachelor of Fine Art (Painting) in 2007. Solo Exhibition include: ‘Pink Lions’, Murray White Room, Melbourne, ‘The Method’, Turner Galleries, Perth, both 2012; ‘Fields of Ecstasy’, Murray White Room, Melbourne, ‘The Sun as my Witness’, West Space, Melbourne, both 2010; ‘The Highest Mountain Peaks, Right before Dawn’, Seventh Gallery, Melbourne, 2009; and ‘The Hill Dwellers’, TCB art inc., Melbourne, 2008. Group Exhibitions include: ‘The Theatre of the World’, Museum of Old and New Art, Hobart, 2012; ‘Monanism’, Museum of Old and New Art, Hobart, ‘The Five Obstructions’, Margaret Lawrence Gallery, Melbourne, both 2011; ‘Primavera’, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney; ‘Freehand: Recent Australian Drawing’, Heide Museum, Melbourne, both 2010; and ‘Leper / Messiah’, Neon Parc, Melbourne, 2009.