Bryce Anderson’s practice considers image alteration across multiple disciplines, where significance is embedded in the images’ adaptability.
Born in Queensland, Anderson now lives and works in Melbourne. He constructs narratives within his work using discarded subject matter from outdated magazines and books related to Australian culture — from design and interior decorating to the Australian landscape. The works are self-referential and narrate the unforeseeable trajectory of a continual shifting personal archive.
Anderson has participated in numerous prizes, having recently been shortlisted for the Brett Whitley Travelling Scholarship in 2018. He was also awarded the winner of The Subject of the Northern Rivers for the Hurford Hardwood Portrait Prize at Lismore Regional Gallery, New South Wales in 2016 and his work is held in various private collections within Australia and abroad.