Biography & CV / Media


Simone Eisler is a Brisbane/Sunshine Coast based artist and has exhibited her work internationally in the Philippines, Indonesia, New York, Belgium, Paris, Berlin and within Australia. Her work is focused on space, time, form and structure and she moves from large scale sculptural multimedia installations through performative photographic works to individual sculptural objects that reference concepts of physical transformation, species evolution and biodiversity within the overarching notion of a changing technological and natural world. Her practice also covers drawing, painting, video and sound and she is well known for a wide range of public art works.

Whilst her broader art practice (from fine art gallery practice to public art practice) deals with the idea of physical and natural transformation, her public art practice is first and foremost site specific. It is inspired by the natural and urban aesthetic elements of the site, as well as drawing on the site's function and historical past. There is a balance between robust materials and a sense of elegance and beauty. She work's with patterning and form enhanced by lighting but also offers an artwork that says something about the social use of place. During the last 14 years Eisler has completed a wide variety of public artwork including permanent and temporary activations within parks and gardens, urban pedestrian corridors and streetscapes and bridge under crofts. She aims to create iconic works.



Catalogue: Progeny, Solo Exhibition, SGAR by Marisa Georgio: PDF
Photofile Magazine: Debut: Garden of Earthly Shadows: Maurice O'Riordan: PDF
Artist Profile Magazine: Process: Owen Craven: PDF
Catalogue: Mythopoetic: Women Artists from Australia & India: Griffith University Art Gallery: PDF
Catalogue: Underground, Solo Exhibition, Gallerysmith, Melbourne, 2012: PDF
Catalogue: Churchie Emerging Art Prize 2011: PDF
Brisbane News: Churchie 2011: PDF
Art Monthly Magazine: Gondwana for Girls: Marnie Dean: PDF
Artlink Journal: Dealing with the Past: Arc Biennial 2009: Carol Schwartzman: PDF
Catalogue/Invite/The Armoured Forest: 2009 Arc Biennial of Art: PDF
News article: Public Art Commission: Kin Kin, Queensland: PDF
News article: Public Art Commission: Marcoola, Queensland: PDF
Catalogue Essay: Alter, Solo Exhibition, Gallerysmith, Melbourne, 2014: PDF
Catalogue Essay: Progeny, Solo Exhibition, Spiro Grace Art Rooms, Brisbane, 2015: PDF
ABC News article: Solo exhibition Allure, Bundaberg Regional Gallery: PDF
News article: Fairytale brought to life, Solo exhibition Allure, Bundaberg Regional Gallery: PDF
Courier Mail: Queensland's Best and Brightest People 2013: PDF