Jennifer Cochrane

  • Jennifer Cochrane, 'Pipe and Fittings...Many Cubes', Snowy Valleys Sculpture Trail, Tumbarumba 2022. Photo John Riddell
  • Jennifer Cochrane, 'Pipe and Fittings...Many Cubes', Snowy Valleys Sculpture Trail, Tumbarumba 2022. Photo John Riddell

Jennifer Cochrane (Fremantle, WA)

‘Pipe and Fittings… Many Cubes’, Tumbarumba

Statement: This work begins with a pile of pipes and a pile of fittings and slowly comes together on site as cubes are assembled. A site-specific installation is created through the replication of the cube form resulting in a unique convergence – the hard edge geometry of the cubes and the organic flowing forms of the trees.

Biography: Jennifer Cochrane completed a BFA at Curtin University in 1988 and has exhibited her work nationally and internationally over the last 25 years. Represented in public and private collections, she has had numerous commissions including Wallcliffe House, Margaret River; Harvest Lakes Estate, Perth; the City of Mandurah Council Chambers; Parliament House, Western Australia; ANZAC Park, Mount Hawthorn; and the Pilbara Police and Community Justice Services Complex, Karratha. Cochrane has exhibited in Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi seven times since 2005, Sculpture by the Sea, Cottesloe 11 times since 2005 – being a member of the Decade Club, at Sculpture by the Sea, Albany as part of the Sydney Olympic Arts Festival in 1998 and at Sculpture by the Sea, Aarhus in 2013.

Jennifer Cochrane


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