Ria Green is a multi-disciplinary based artist, working with found objects, print, photography, video and installation. Green's work responds to our dialogue with the environment in both built and natural space. Her practice investigates and translates the complexity of these memories and associations.
Ria Green graduated from RMIT University with a Master of Fine Arts in 2013. She has recently completed a residency at CAMAC Art Centre, Marnay-sur-Seine, France, and has exhibited locally and abroad. Recent exhibitions include The Relationship of Things, Platform Gallery, Melbourne, 2015 (forthcoming); Solent Summer Salon, Mettricks, Southampton, England, 2014; Give and Take, c3 Contemporary Art Space, Abbotsford Convent, 2014; Everyday Monument, White Night, Melbourne, 2014; A Tale of Two Cities: A Duet of Hong Kong and Melbourne, Hong Kong Visual Art Centre, Hong Kong, 2013; Mapping Time, First Site Gallery, Melbourne, 2013; Summer Show, Counihan Gallery, Brunswick, 2012; Gather / Return, Tinning Street Gallery, Brunswick, 2012; and Fit to Print, No Vacancy Gallery, Melbourne, 2010. Ria was shorted listed for the Fremantle Print Award in 2013 and 2009, and the Libris Artist Book Award, Artspace, Mackay in 2010.