In this artist profile video, contemporary artist Richard Lewer talks through his and Eden Menta’s collaborative relationship, Menta’s practice and why he thinks Menta is one the best young contemporary artists working today. Menta’s practice spans multiple mediums and themes ranging from the macabre to insect life to the possibilities of self-portraiture.
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Eden Menta works predominantly in the mediums of ink on paper and digital art. Her work is influenced by pop-culture references from television, magazines and her own life experiences. Edgy and instilled with a wry humour, Menta’s work is often motivated by social and political beliefs, resulting in a street-art, sub-culture feel. Eden Menta is an emerging artist and has been attending the studio program at Arts Project Australia since 2013. Since this time she has exhibited annually at the Arts Project Australia gallery. She has also exhibited in group exhibitions at Brunswick Street Gallery, Melbourne (2015 and 2014), No Vacancy Gallery, Melbourne (2014), Gertrude Glasshouse, Melbourne (2016) and Arts Project Australia (2016).
This video has been made possible by the generous support of The Jack Brockhoff Foundation, and was created in partnership with MediaLink Productions.