2023 ARTIST BIOS | Harmony Linthorne

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About Harmony Linthorne 

Harmony Linthorne is a Sunshine Coast and Brisbane local emerging artist who specialises in psychological artmaking practices. The key focal point of her works centre around audience engagement and manipulation of emotional responses using audio-visual techniques. In 2022 Harmony completed her first year of a Bachelor of Psychology degree. Psychological processes heavily influence her artworks and she aims to complete the Psychology degree in the future to help develop her personal art style and aesthetic. Working on Gubbi Gubbi and Meanjin land, Harmony embraces conceptual artmaking techniques drawing on psychological theories and processes to achieve maximum audience engagement and responses. Harmony is now studying a degree of Fine Arts (Visual Art), and aims to enhance and add to her portfolio as a young artist. 

2023 SWELL ARTWORK – Wheelie Blossoms 

‘Wheelie Blossoms’ is an interactive sculptural art piece which invites audiences to consider our coastline and the environmental footprint we leave behind. The site specific work generates emotional responses from audiences, raising questions about the impact of humans on the natural landscape. ‘Wheelie Blossoms’ invites audiences to walk around and interact with it’s ‘Baby Blossoms’ by collecting beach debris whilst simultaneously responding to the work’s audio-visual elements. The collaborative artwork combines elements of sculpture and digital design in order to captivate audiences and stimulate conversations surrounding our natural environment.


Instagram: @harmonysketchbook_

Come and see for yourself at SWELL Sculpture Festival, Pacific Parade, Currumbin 8th – 17th SeptemberT