Edwina McLennan (b. 1990) is a visual artist based in Brisbane. After studying fashion at the Royal Academy of Antwerp, she returned to Australia to complete her Bachelor of Fine Arts at Griffith University. Her practice encompasses painting, installation, mixed media, textiles and soft sculpture. Her practice is greatly informed by her time spent in Antwerp working with textiles, costume, and fashion. Delving into the transient playground of consumerism and oversaturation, she draws from an array of printed media. Using hand techniques such as painting, collaging, and stitching with mass manufacturing processes like digital imaging and printing, her work explores both the handmade and the mechanical to deconstruct the ambivalence that interconnects the digital world and the ‘real’ world; the personal and the universal; dreams and reality.