Damian Triulcio l March Micro Show
Damian is an artist based in Wagga Wagga. He is a multi-skilled practitioner, specialising in digital illustration. Damian has exhibited in the Boost Program exhibition with the Guthrie Collective and was a lead artist in Dystopian Universe, an exhibition at the E3 Art Space, Wagga Wagga.
When did you start creating works?
I have been creating works for as long as I can remember, but have been working on my radio drama series, Nemisis, for the past 8 years.
What kind of works do you make?
I create digital art using illustration programs and 3D imaging software, as well as curating my own action figures for my radio drama.
What influences your work?
I’m inspired by modern history, pop culture and celebrities/public figures from the 1970’s and 1980’s.
What are your aspirations for the future?
I plan on turning my radio drama series into a tv series in the future. I would also like to continue developing my digital art skills and action figure moulding.
What’s your favourite thing about being in The Art Factory studio?
Being able to work alongside and share knowledge with other artists and staff. It is a great environment for me to develop as an artist and as an individual.
Special mention l Allison Davis, textile artist.
Allison worked alongside Damian to research, design and create the costume for one of Damian’s action figures, “Margaret Thatcher”. Allison created all of the patterns required to make this outfit, before hand crafting the piece especially for this micro exhibition.