Tully Arnot

Tully ArnotWaterfall, 2016, digital print on fabric, shutterstock image, metal, plastic, motor, electronics, 120 x 350 x 15cm

Lives and works in Sydney.

Tully Arnot’s work subtly alters everyday objects, shifting the audience's perception of the familiar. His sculptures poetically interpret the intangible relationships we have with things, illuminating new ways of thinking and interacting with the world around us.

Arnot’s research explores real/imagined Artificial Intelligence, addressing the value of our relationships with non-sentient forms. He examines how these relationships relate to our own capacity to interact meaningfully with one another. This work often integrates complex technologies with everyday components, investigating the clash between old/new or organic/digital.

Within this, Arnot's practice explores the isolating nature of our increasingly connected, but ultimately disconnected world.