When artist Caitlin Franzmann discusses the larger ideals behind her art practice, she mentions the ambition of “invoking what is bigger than ourselves.”
The artist looks at the fluid links between spirituality, ritual practices, and contemporary art. In this interview she discusses these ideas, and explains how the two sensibilities of slowness and intimacy infuse her work, at both a personal and collective level.
Caitlin Franzmann is a prominent Brisbane-based interdisciplinary artist who works with sound, installation, performance and visuals.
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