Bryce Anderson’s uses print, collage and painting to re-situate found material into new constellations. Bryce’s work appropriates images drawn from popular culture and art history to explore notions of authorship, chance, reproduction and the still life motif. By using this broad visual language, Bryce aims to push against the traditional divergence between figuration and abstraction, and understand what significance the act of painting still holds within contemporary art. Bryce has participated in numerous prizes, having recently been shortlisted for the Brett Whiteley Travelling Scholarship in 2018. Anderson’s work is held in various private collections within Australia and abroad. He is represented by China Heights, Sydney.