Image credit: Alexander Bell,   The Ryan Sisters  , 2015    Image documentation of Strange Neighbour Summer Artist Resident Program

Image credit: Alexander Bell, The Ryan Sisters, 2015

Image documentation of Strange Neighbour Summer Artist Resident Program

About The Ryan Sisters

The Ryan Sisters is a collaboration between sisters Pip Ryan and Natalie Ryan which exists outside their own practices.  Together they explore ideas that are associated with humour, horror, death and the absurd.  Using combination of spatial installation and intervention they reference these themes while playing with dualities that exist between the merging of their identities.

Recent exhibitions include - Collaboratory at Latrobe Art Institute, Disquiet (Off You) at Dark MOFO, Maverick at MCA Art Bar, Gruesome Twosome at Nicholas Projects, selected finalist in Darebin Art Prize 2017 and Rookwood Outdoor Cemetery Prize 'Hidden 2016'  '1000 forms of Fear' at the Australian Experimental Art Foundation (AEAF) curated by Carolyn KavanaghNotfair 2016 curated by Kirstan Rann, ‘Horror Show‘ curated by the Ryan Sisters exhibited at Strange Neighbour Gallery and Gippsland Art Gallery in Sale, ‘Wish You Were Here‘ at Linden Centre for Contemporary Art, ‘Slump‘ at Dudspace, ‘The Big East‘ curated by Kiron Robinson at Heathmont Scout Hall and ‘Guess Who?‘ at C3 Gallery.

Recent Media includes 'La Trobe Art Institute's new exhibition highlights the best of collaborative artwork' by Anthony Pinda, 'Dark Pit' by Dumb Brunette, 'Something Lurks Beneath' The Mercury Hobart, 'In conversation with The Ryan Sisters' by Brooke Daly 'Winners of the Arkley and Nicholas Projects Prize' in Art Almanac, ‘Horror Show‘ by Melissa Pesa in Art Almanac' Horror Show at the Gallery’ in Gippsland Times and La Trobe Valley Express,  ’Wish You Were Here‘ by Dan Rule in the Sydney Morning Herald and Channel 9 Prime TV and ‘Funny Games‘ by Pip Wallis in Stamm.