Gerard Geer (Melbourne, Australia) merges creativity with chemistry and anatomy in his artistic practice. His fascination with biological processes and all things anatomical is integral to his work. This fascination led to his undertaking of a bachelor of biological sciences degree at Latrobe University, which he is currently completing. Geer utilises a combination of naturalistic articulation of animal specimens and amalgamations of interspecific forms to create fantastical hybrid creatures and intricate landscapes. Geer is self-taught in all of the techniques he uses in creating his artworks. On the rare occasions he is not working towards his degree or creating new pieces, he teaches Australia’s first and only skeletal articulation classes.

If you are interested to learn the art of skeletal articulation, find out more on the Workshop page. 


Upcoming exhibitions

Bloom - Solo exhibition at Beinart Gallery, October 6th 2018
T.B.A - Solo Exhibition at Beinart Gallery, April 2019
T.B.A - Solo Exhibition at Beinart Gallery, February 2020

Past Ehibitions

Small Works 2018 - Group exhibition at Beinart Gallery, July 14th 2018
Small Works 2017 - Group exhibition at Beinart Gallery, July 29th 2017
Chimaephera - Solo exhibition at Beinart Gallery, May 6th 2017
Flesh and Bone - Group exhibition at Beinart Gallery, Jan 14th 2017
Small Works 2016 - Group exhibition at Beinart Gallery, Sept 17th 2016
Luminosity and Dust - Group Exhibition at Beinart Gallery, July 23rd 2016
Inaugural Group Exhibition - Group Exhibition at Beinart Gallery, March 12th 2015

media

Interview with arts law centre, July 2016
Vice Creators Project, July 2016
Illusion 360, July 2016
Le Blog Du Kitsch, July 2016
Collide Art and Culture, July 2016
Crikey Interview, July 2013