Imogen Kotsoglo is an artist from Perth, Western Australia. Her multifaceted practice is primarily focussed on drawing, while encompassing photography and installation.
Kotsoglo’s work seeks to explore the capacity of visual art to represent and examine the wider implications of a perceived distinction between humans and the natural world. Kotsoglo’s rejection of anthropocentrism does not render her work political in the usual sense, instead providing space for reflection rather than rhetoric.
Since graduating from Fine Arts at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Kotsoglo has completed arts residencies in Iceland (SIM Residency, NES Residency) and Scotland (The Bothy Project), and exhibited both nationally and internationally as part of group and solo exhibitions. Her work is held in private collections around the world.
Kotsoglo’s near sell-out exhibition Matter in Aug 2022 was shown concurrenty at both PICA and KolbuszSpace, and her next exhibition at KolbuszSpace will be in Nov 2023.