Through paintings, installations and exploiting the possibilities of the digital, Myvanwy Gibson reflects on the relationship between technology, man and nature. Her practice with technology, an interest that was born at the beginning of her career as a video artist, developed through intense experimentation with the relationship between sound and technology to create video images. Conceiving the digital as a language that introduces different fruition parameters from traditional languages, her focus is on collaborating with the unknown, the  mystical, the hidden and, whilst her inspiration from nature is evident, it is not by imitation but by evocation. An art non-anthropocentric, where human experience, technology and the natural world intertwine becoming the themes on which the aesthetics of the artist concentrate.
Myvanwy Gibson was born in Melbourne Australia in 1965 and has exhibited in numerous private and public areas such as The Australian Centre of the Moving Image, Melbourne; The International Association of Empirical Aesthetics, New York; and The Autonomous Biennale, in Venice. Her research papers have been published in Academia Letters magazine and in the IAEA New York and Vienna proceedings.
Exhibitions/Performance works (selected)
2021 Shapeshifting - Solo Show presented by Supergiovane Milan, Italy 
2021 Todi Open Doors - Todi, Italy 
2020 Solo Show presented by Supergiovane. Postponed due to COVID19 crisis
2019 Ouverture - Supergiovane, Stecca 3 Milan, Italy
2019 Insieme - Spiaggia di Morgicchio, Brindisi, Italy
2019 Sistemica - Spazio Cavo. Milan, Italy
2018 Art Safiential. Graubünden, Switzerland​​​​​​​
2017 The Autonomous Biennale. Research Pavilion, Venice, Italy
2016 No Place 3. Suzzara, Italy
2016 International Association of Empirical Aesthetics. Vienna, Austria
2016 Traparentesi (Leggerezza). Nova Milanese, Italy
2016 Fuori (Studifestival 2). Milan, Italy
2016 No Place 2, Fombio, Italy
2016 Fragments of Matter and the Substance of Color. Rome, Italy
2015 World Academy 'Brera e gli artisti dal mondo per l’arte come alimento' Milan, Italy
2015 Brera in Contemporanea (Accademia Aperta). Milan, Italy
2015 Per un pezzo di pane (curated by FAM). Nonostante Marras, Milan, Italy
2014 International Association of Empirical Aesthetics. New York, NY, USA
2014 Combina (Osservatorio 7). San Carpoforo, Milan, Italy
2014 Profane Illumination. Ukradena Gallerie, Prague, Czech Republic
2013 Flyenergia prize(finalists exhibition). Milan, Italy
2013 DOEMA. Milan, Italy
2012 Casa Carbotti. San Vito dei Normanni, Puglia, Italy
2011 Passio. Novara, Italy
2006 Chi Chi. Adelaide, Australia
2005 Horse Bazaar. Melbourne, Australia
2004 Independent Day Melbourne Fashion Festival. Melbourne, Australia
2003 Seeing Music. Patrizia Autore Gallery, Melbourne, Australia
2003 Independent Day Melbourne Fashion Festival. Melbourne, Australia
2003 King Cross Arts Festival Sydney, Australia
2002 AMIF opening artist Australian Centre for the Moving Image, Melbourne, Australia
2002 Gamma Space, Melbourne, Australia
2002 Independent Day Melbourne Fashion Festival. Melbourne, Australia
2001 Vision St Kilda Film Festival. Melbourne, Australia
2001 AMC Australian Music Week. Sydney, Australia
2001 Experimenta Victorian Arts Centre. Melbourne, Australia
2001 Vision Linden Art Gallery. Melbourne, Australia
Residencies
Alps Art Academy, Graubünden, Switzerland. Edition 2018. Horizontal-Vertical
Publications
Revolution or Evolution? Proceedings XXIV Congress of International Association of Empirical Aesthetics. University of Vienna, Austria 2016
An Anthropononcentric Mind, if such a thing is possible Paper for Consciousness Reframed Art and Consciousness in the Post-Biological Era. Shanghai, China 2016
The Tautology of Virtual Reality - Becoming the third person perspective Proceedings XXIII Congress of International Association of Empirical Aesthetics. CUNY New York, USA 2014
Education
2011 - 2016 Brera Academy of Fine Art, MA Painting (Hons) Milan, Italy
2013 - 2015 Brera Academy of Fine Art, MA Visual Cultures/Curatorial Practices (Hons) Milan, Italy
1987 - 1991 University of Technology. BAD, Visual Communication. Sydney, Australia
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