Through solo and collaborative practices, Jordan Azcune explores the idea of child’s play through a contemporary understanding of art and appropriation. Azcune takes a lighthearted approach to art making, often working with collaborators to make work revolving around games and the process of play. This allows the work to reveal a sense of humour, excitement, and tension to its viewers. Described as ‘lop sided landmarks’ Azcune’s work frequently returns to ideas of fragility, the quotidian, and larger ideas of optimism (Utopia).

Azcune lives and works in Brisbane. In 2016 he completed Honours in Fine Art at Queensland University of Technology and have exhibited in several local ARIs, group shows, and solo shows.




Curriculum Vitae

Solo Exhibitions

Raw Prawn Cut Thumb ARI 29th January 2016

TAH Gallery, Cleveland 17th July 2013

TAH Gallery, Cleveland 30th November 2012

Group Exhibitions

Swell Sculpture Festival 2017 Pacific Parade, Currumbin, 8th-17th September 2017 

Hatched: National Graduate Show 2017  Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts, 6th May - 18th June 2017

Brisbane Street Art Festival (BSAF) 11th January - 3rd February 2017

2016 QUT Graduate Exhibition, 14th – 21st November 2016

Redlands City Art Gallery,11th September – 5th October 2016

Spring Break Frank Moran Memorial Hall, 20th -30th September 2016

In Residence: Shift 2 In Residence ARI, 3rd June 2016

KUNSTBUNKER_01 [JANUS]  KunstBunker, 7th May 2016

Excerpts: 2015 BFA (Visual Arts) Showcase Exhibition QUT the Block, 3rd- 6th November 2015

SEND HELP | QUT Graduate Exhibition QUT Art Studios, 3rd – 5th November 2015

R U srs? QUT Creative Industries Precinct, 10th – 23rd August 2015

R U srs? QUT Creative Industries Precinct   (Collaborative work), 10th – 23rd August 2015

Lost Movements X  The Foundry Brisbane, 22nd August 2015

Connections Between (Post Datum) QUT Art Studios,12th October 2014

The Artcrowd launching night RPAC, 25 August 2014

Creative Generation Gallery of Modern Art (GoMA), 10th May – 11th August 2013

Creative Generation Griffith Art Gallery (Gold Coast), 13th October 2012

Awards and Prizes

Hild Chenhall Painting Scholarship 2016