Tracey Lamb was born in Kent, England and lives in Melbourne. She completed her Bachelor
of Fine Art (Visual Art) Honours at the Victorian College of the Arts in 2013 and is currently
undertaking a Masters of Fine Art at Monash University. She also has qualifications in Visual
Arts and Interior Design. Her work to date has been informed by a diverse range of interests,
including interior design, architecture, the domestic, suburbia, found text and memory.
Drawn to traces of a shared past, Tracey investigates fragments of the home and suburbia
and brings an interest in modernist design and constructed space to her art. She has created
works using a wide range of materials including welded steel, timber, casting plaster and
concrete and resin, neon, textiles, video and photography.
Tracey has won several awards and has participated in many exhibitions, including public art
works. Achievements include being a selected as a finalist for The Churchie for 2016 and being
awarded Most Critically Engaged Work by the Australian Centre for Photography for Salon,
Centre for Contemporary Photography in 2014. She was a finalist for the Nillumbik Prize in 2014
and 2015, receiving Highly Commended in 2014. In 2015 she has been a finalist in the Iris Award
at the Perth Centre for Photography, and has been selected as a finalist for the Yering Station
Sculpture Award. In 2014 she received ArtStart and undertook a three month residency with Takt,
Berlin. She was selected for Fresh, Craft Victoria and was a finalist for Personal Identities in the
Digital Age, Photo & Video Prize with the Fondazione Studio Marangoni, Florence. In 2013,
Tracey received the Fiona Myer Award for her graduate show and was a finalist for Luminescence
at the Windsor Hotel.