About

Francesca Larkin (b. 1991, pronouns she/they) is a Taiwanese-British artist based in Germany. Originally trained in painting, their work is a synthesis of analog and digital image making processes. Immersing themselves daily in internet imagery, they scavenge and lift visual oddities and insert them into reiteratively imagined tableaux and portrayals of post-digital beingness.


Education and Awards

  • Bachelor of Visual Arts (Honours) from the The Australian National University – School of Art, Canberra
  • Spanish Embassy Torres Scholarship for Young Australian Artists

Press/Publications

2022

  • Overstandard – Culture Magazine (Artist Profile, Link here)

2021

  • Interview with Lisa Klein, Klenkes Stadtmagazin Aachen (Link here)
  • VAST Art Magazine (Cover and Artist Interview, Link here)

Exhibitions

2022

  • [Oct. ’22] Galerie Freitag 18:30, Aachen
  • Aachener Kunstroute, Halle 1, Aachen

2021

  • Galerie Freitag 18:30, Aachen
  • Aachener Kunstroute, Halle 1, Aachen

2020

  • Aachener Kunstroute, Halle 1, Aachen

2019

  • Atelier Sascha Berretz, Aachen
  • Galerie Freitag 18:30, Aachen
  • Aachener Kunstroute, Halle 1, Aachen

2017

  • Galerie Freitag 18:30, Aachen

2016

  • S├╝dstra├čenfestival Pop-Up Gallery, Aachen

2015

  • The Chop Shop, Canberra
  • Exhibition for the Spanish Embassy Torres Scholarship for Young Australian Artists, Canberra

2013

  • School of Art Graduate Exhibition, Australian National University, Canberra