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Teo Treloar

For the past decade, I have focused on the development of my intensive drawing practice. I aim to test the discipline’s behavioral and emotional limits in my work, examining the possibilities of minute gestures and traces. Much of my work is about the act of mark-making itself; however, my drawings also explore the personal experience of mental illness and depression. The role of speculation and narrative in my work is important; therefore, a body of work is often iterative and will expand a single idea or image through various permutations. My drawings contain embedded meanings related to a psychological progression of how thoughts can be turned over and over in the mind.

Teo Treloar received a Masters Degree from Sydney College of the Arts in 2006. He has taught Visual Art and drawing for the last fifteen years and currently works at Wollongong University as a Lecturer in Visual Arts.


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