Spanning installation, video, sculpture, and painting, Tunni’s studio practice runs alongside his compulsive street action, intervention and mark making habits.
Since completing his Masters in Public Art at RMIT in Melbourne, Tunni has created work for MONA FOMA, McClelland Sculpture Survey and Footscray Community Art Centre’s Spectres of Evaluation amongst other galleries and institutions both in Australia and abroad. Tunni established Pink William, a non-profit, collective for dreams, actions, events and public programs, such as Nine Six High, Balaclava’s Megafauna Parade and other completed, unachievable or ongoing projects.
He is currently challenging the way we consume, communicate and make meaning through experimenting with new media, ritual and digital communication technologies.
Granted the Right to be Granted 2019 // Koumaria blog
The King of Nothingness After Dinner, Asemic Lands & the Ocean 2019 // ATAR
A Floating Identity 2017 // Anita Chan Lai-ling Gallery
A Long Distance Relationship 2017 // Temperature of Communication
Studio Sculptures 2017 // Stanley Street Gallery
The Golden Shopping Trolley 2016 // Sculpture at Scenic World
Marco Polo in Pinata 2015 // Cube 37
The Domain Lifestyle 2015 // thedomainlifestyle.com
Press Hash 2014 // FCAC telephoy.com
Suburban Time Capsule 2014 // McClelland Gallery
Washed Up 2013 // Interview