Aaron Claringbold is an artist based between the south east and south west of the Australian continent. His art is an attempt at thinking and feeling a place in the world. It is driven by the desire for understanding and by navigating the contemporary conditions of distraction and techno-social tangential thinking. From his positionality as inheritor and beneficiary, he is invested in a critical cultural engagement with the realities of settler-colonial modernity in so-called Australia; and with its various global catchments and outlets. He is interested in entanglements of the now, in cycles and feedback loops, in mythologies of separation, in infrastructure as monument, in photography as show-and-tell, and in art as a tomb or altar.

Aaron often works collaboratively with Rebecca McCauley.

Living and working across unceded Whadjuk Nyoongar and Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung land. 


To pitch a tent, to pull it back down with Jack Mitchell, Rebecca McCauley & Eliki Read at Mission to Seafarers Victoria 12-8pm daily till Sunday 14th of May


Standing Here Together with Everything that We Carry

Bogong Centre for Sound Culture Journal Entry 1, 2 & 3

Tending to the Garden INTERVIEW

Live From the Field 2  KINGS Artist-Run

Der Grief Artist Feature and Guest Blog

Phases Magazine

Using Format