Charity Bramwell

Charity Bramwell is a curator and writer with a Master of Art Curatorship from the University of Melbourne. She curated independent street art/new media cross-over projects 'Broken Window Theory' (Bus Gallery, Melbourne, 2005), and 'Caught on Tape' (Fed Square Big Screen, Melbourne, 2007; and Artspace, Adelaide, 2008). A contributing writer for Artlink magazine, Bramwell co-guest-edited the March 2014 issue of Artlink, 'Wall to Wall: Graffiti Art'. She currently works for the Faculty of Arts at the University of Melbourne, and is a member of The Curatorial Collective.

Beyond Words: The Obscured Language of Graffiti

When contemplating writing a piece on graffiti typography for a journal of poetry review and criticism, I reflected on themes that could be extrapolated between the two. That is, beyond a shared use of the alphabet as fundamental building block …

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