Prue is an artist who explores autistic pleasures, necessities and culture.

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Prue uses repetitive and tactile processes to allow for experiences of sensory play, and creates spaces and opportunities for downtime. Working with oil, ceramics, textiles, sculpture, installation and performance, Prue advocates for the identity, empowerment and sensory awareness of the autistic community. Prue intersects and collides against preconditioned stigmas and resultant systematic oppression. Prue aims to celebrate and progress autistic culture for autistics, while creating experiences that are more broadly accessible.

Prue has exhibited and performed artworks nationally, most notably at the Australian Museum of Contemporary Art in 2018 and 2019. Her work is held in signifcant national collections.

Prue is currently studying an MFA in Fine Arts at RMIT, Melbourne, and works as an autistic consultant with AMAZE. Prue is also an ensemble member of Rawcus Theatre Group, 3rd Dan Black Belt in Taekwondo, singer of Ice Cream in a Mug and founder of Stim Your Heart Out.

To view Prue’s CV, click here.

To View Prue’s Masters ADR, click here.