Larissa MacFarlane is a Naarm/Footscray based visual artist and disability activist, working across a printmaking, community and street art practice. She uses her lived experience of a 22-year-old brain injury to investigate Disabled culture, community, identity and pride.
Larissa’s artwork often explores her daily, albeit often invisible, ritual of performing handstands, a key part of her disability self-management.
Represented by Arts Access Victoria.
Title: Handstands in the Metropolis II
Medium: Linocut, edition of 9
Dimensions: 210.1 x 299 cm
Price: $300 (Framed)