Rox de Luca

Rox De Luca is an artist based in Bondi, working on unceded Gadigal land. Her art practice converts found marine and industrial single-use plastics via jewellery-like processes in order to explore ideas of consumption, waste and our neglect of the environment around us. De Luca exhibits regularly in solo and group exhibitions and art prizes. Her recent solo exhibition Still gleaning for plastic, on the beach was held at Articulate Project Space, Leichhardt, featuring works created from plastics collected at Bondi and Rose Bay beaches. De Luca holds a BA (Canberra School of Art, 1985) and a Grad Dip. in Arts Administration (UNSW, 1988), and holds workshops for people of all ages, where they take part in gleaning walks and use their findings to create things while considering the issue of plastic waste.