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Ourania (Rani) Amvrazis is a multidisciplinary artist whose work incorporates diverse medias including photography, video, sculpture, kinetics and performance with a focus on large scale public installations that are experiential and immersive.


Her approach is born out of experimentation and play, which enables her to be present and open to new ideas. This method embraces the limitless applications of working with materials and seeing them anew in the flux and flow of her own experience.


Her practice is centred around encouraging people to explore spaces with an open mind. She creates immersive and playful environments that encourage audiences to be present and self-reflective. This allows a dialogue to occur within themselves and those around them; connecting with oneself, others, and our world.


For more than 20 years Rani was a teacher in Australia and internationally which included leading an art department. She is currently teaching Art, Design and Architecture Foundation Studies at RMIT University and Visual Art, Visual Communication and Design at a secondary school. She has a Bachelors of Education, Grad Dip (Visual Arts) La Trobe College and undertook a year at Victorian College of the Arts (VCA) before transferring to RMIT University to undertake a Master of Arts (Art in Public Space) where she  finished in the top two per cent of RMIT higher education students in 2022.


Recipient: hillsceneLIVE artist development program

Winner: Midsumma x Australia Post Award 2024


Shortlisted: Wyndham Art Prize

Shortlisted: Yering Station Sculpture Award

Shortlisted: Deakin Sculpture Prize

Shortlisted: 260 Sydney Road Park Close to Home public art commission


Commission: The Tension Between 2021, Huaniao Public Art Festival, China.


Bologna Projection Festival, Monotoni 2021, Bologna, Italy.


Consultant: Education activation of STAGES: Photography through the pandemic exhibition, Museum of Australian Photography, Victoria, Australia.


Photo book: Spirits Within which raised funds for Phaya Thai Babies Home” Bangkok Thailand.


2021 – 2022

Master of Art (Art in Public Space), RMIT University, Melbourne


Bachelor of Art (Sculpture), Victorian College of the Arts, Melbourne


Graduate Diploma (Visual Arts), La Trobe College Art and Design, Melbourne


Certificate 3 Graphic Design and Print Communication, Adelaide College of the Arts, Adelaide


Bachelor of Education, Sydney

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