Often engaging with scientific and mathematical data as a starting point, Al Munro uses various and unlikely materials to reinterpret these codes, formulas and systems into visually interesting artworks, in both sculptural and two-dimensional mediums. 2017 saw Munro's artworks featured in the exhibitions 'Holding' at Newcastle Art Gallery (2016-2017), 'Paper Work' at the Bann Tuck Art Center in Chiang Mai, 'Pareidolia: cloud gazing' at the Megalo Print Studio and Gallery, and the Blacktown City Art Prize. In 2015 Munro curated an exhibition with Brenda May Gallery that used textiles as a point of departure, and in 2017 presented Off Grid at MAY SPACE, a group exhibition that featured artists who utilise the form and function of the grid within their works. In 2019, Munro had a solo show titled 'Pattern Translation' at the Craft ACT Craft + Design Centre in Canberra.
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