Jasmine Grace is an emerging experiential installation artist currently living in Melbourne, Australia. She has completed her Masters in Public Art at RMIT, with a background in visual display and merchandising.
Her Australian commissions include; ‘Horizons’, a site specific light installation for White Night Geelong Festival, 2018. Alongside, ‘Harmony Tree’ a harmonious soundscape installation for the City of Greater Dandenong in 2017/2018.
Other local commissions include; ‘Surge’ and ‘Submersion’ for Geelong After Dark Festival in 2017 and 2016.
Jasmine’s recent solo exhibitions in Melbourne include Refractions at Rubicon Ari (2022), Ebb and Flow at Rubicon Ari (2021) and The Third Day (2021), Melbourne. Virtual exhibitions include; The Other Art Fair Global Editions (2021) and Linden New Art x Design Fringe (2021). Solo works within group exhibitions include, ‘Windows to the Soul’ for Proximity at Three O clock Gallery, Southbank, Vic. Alongside her graduate exhibition shows for MAPSMapping at Project Space and Lightscapes at Melbourne Central, commissioned by RMIT, in 2017/2018.
In 2019, Jasmine was an artist in residence with STEAMplant at Pratt Institute, New York, where she had the opportunity to produce a new interactive and collaborative work using light, sound and motion.
This work titled 'Breath Consciousness' has been supported by grants from the STEAMplant Sirovich Family Residency Program and the American Australian Association, alongside fundraising support from the Australian Cultural Fund.
Jasmine has also been awarded grants from the City of Melbourne(2020/2021) and Creative Victoria (2020).