Lily Cummins is a tactile artist who lives and works on Gundungurra land in Mittagong, NSW. She graduated from the National Art School in 2017 with a Masters in Drawing and her practice explores both her-self, her memories and the emotive bonds and attachments people develop to place. Lily’s work is highly process driven; conversations are created between repeated forms and structures and investigative mark making explores the disintegration of memory and the inevitable passage of time, exclusively mining upon her own experience of remembrance, absence, and loss. Cummins Won the BOCCA Art Award (March 2023), was recently profiled in Critics Choice by Monte, Megan. Art Collector (July-September 2022); received Highly Commended awards in the Harden Art Prize (May 2023); and the Waterbrook Drawing Prize (2021).