Lives and works in Melbourne, Australia.
Zan Wimberley works across photography and video to explore ideas surrounding mortality, immortality and mourning in a post-internet, twenty-first century context. By creating artworks which negotiate the space between the heavy and almost incomprehensible reality of death and the absurd or macabre nature with which it is often met in contemporary society, Wimberley’s work offers a thoughtful and poetic series of ruminations on the human condition.
Wimberley is an emerging artist who trained in Scientific Photography at RMIT before working under Cinematographers on major feature films within Australia.
She graduated from a Masters at Sydney College of the Arts in 2013 and has since been working on her own practice, including exhibitions at Firstdraft and Annette Larkin Fine Art. Her work can be found in numerous private collections throughout Australia.